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World Press Photo finalists announced

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The World Press Photo Contest judges have presented the finalists for the 2018 photo of the year competition, with the winners set to be announced in April. This year’s prestigious awards feature some of the best work in various categories in the field of photojournalism by freelance, staff, and independent photographers around the world.  

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24 January – 17 February 2018
3-5 Swallow Street, London, W1B 4DE
Mon-Sat 10-5:30 

Beetles and Huxley are hosting a new exhibition to celebrate the 90th birthday of legendary Magnum photographer Elliot Erwittas of 24 January.  

The exhibition includes over 50 photographs, portraits and rare vintage prints from across his long career.  

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The little Black Gallery is curating work by Canadian photographer and fashion model Marianna Rothen, her first solo exhibition in London, starting from 23 January – 24 February 2018.

According to a press release, the characters of Shadows in Paradise are portrayed by Rothen herself and by her models/muses/friends in photographs that were shot in Rothen’s home in upstate New York.

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Last chance to see
Until 31 December 2017
Entry: Free

Art Riot: Post-Soviet Actionism is a very interesting exhibition held at Saatchi Gallery until the end of the year, that uses photography to document Russian protest art over the past 25 years.

According to the gallery’s press release, the exhibition takes place on the 100th anniversary of Russia’s October Revolution, and compares many of the issues that artist face in post-communist Russia to those in 1917, such as problems of individual freedom in the face of both political ideology and also religion. The exhibition will feature such performance artists as Oleg Kulik, Pussy Riot, Pyotr Pavlensky, Blue Noses and some others and display various genres and types of protest art from posters and slogans to video art, staged photography and performances.

Oleg Kulik ranks among the most interesting and controversial Russian artists. He has managed to attract the attention of art critics and exhibition curators by his performance shows, characterised by “strong expression” where he himself assumes a role of “artist-animal”. He would be a dog, a bird, a fish, a bull. The artist thus simplifies his performance language to the basic emotional vocabulary of an animal.

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Silvia Maggi, LSP former student, exhibiting at Retina Scottish Photography Festival

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“Ever since my uncle gifted me with a compact film camera, in my early teens, I have always had a camera with me.

Photography became increasingly important for me, transitioning from a way to document holidays to a way to express myself, particularly during difficult times. Read More

Hidden Door Festival: Camila Cavalcante chosen as the only artist working with Photography

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Camila Cavalcante is a visual artist and one of LSP keen trainers. She has been chosen to show her new project, Scar, for the first time in the UK at the Hidden Door Festival, in Edinburgh.

The festival is a not for profit arts organization that opens urban spaces as a platform for new and emerging artists, musicians, theatre makers, film makers and poets.

The festival has a public of over 10.000 and Camila is the only artist working with Photography.

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