PAST EXHIBITION: Views on SE1: Architectural Photographers Look South 6 June – 15 June ← Back to the portfolio
PRIVATE VIEW THURSDAY 12 JUNE 6PM – 9PM
In collaboration with the London Festival of Architecture, Anise Gallery will be exhibiting works from a select group of leading architectural and documentary photographers. The focus of the exhibition will be the unique and varied landscape of SE1, in particular the multitude of diverse buildings that can be found in this incredible pocket of South East London.
Taking ‘Capital’ as the central theme this year, The London Festival of Architecture will explore the City’s various manifestations, its position as a world capital of architecture being one of them.
Artists confirmed so far include Alexander Christie, Grant Smith, Paul Raftery, John McLean, Luke Hayes, Richard Chivers, Fergus Heron, Brian David Stevens, Jim Stephenson, Marcus Peel, Marc Vallée, Matthew P Wright, Andy Matthews, Shira Gutgold, Agnese Sanvito, Joseph Robson and Nathan Spencer. With this line up the exhibition guarantees to showcase an abundance of incredible photography whilst celebrating the architecture of an historically significant area of an inspiring City. Alongside the photography we will be showing a timelapse video from the respected duo Paul Raftery and Dan Lowe. Taking the landmark Leadenhall Building as their subject, Raftery and Lowe have expertly documented the construction process from start to finish. As the Leadenhall takes its rightful place in enhancing the London skyline, this dynamic and beautiful film records its journey there.
Local Eyes Festival Saturday 14 June All Day
Over the weekend there will also be 2 architectural walks in the area organised by STAMP See their website for more details and don’t miss the chance for an exclusive insight into the Shad Thames area.
Miniclick Talk Thursday 5th June 7pm
We are very happy to be working once again with the Brighton based talk company Miniclick to bring another brilliant, interesting, thought provoking and enjoyable event to the gallery. Details are still to be confirmed so watch this space for updates.