Don't miss your opportunity to see some of Danny North's wonderful prints that are on exhibition at the lab - last couple of days - until 9th March 2018. "As I Found Her: A Portrait of Eigg", at the Reception Gallery at Bayeux, 78 Newman Street, London W1T 3EP.
Here are some highlights of the Private View a few weeks ago.
Thanks to John McIlfatrick for the shots on the night.
'She Could Have Been A Cowboy' by Anja Niemi launches tonight 1st March at Steven Kasher Gallery in New York, followed by Photo London 17-20 May, and The Ravestijn Gallery in Amsterdam 8 September - 21 October. www.thelittleblackgallery.com
Richard Caldicott's Solo Exhibition starts today at Atlas Gallery.
Richard has been using a combination of media for his contemporary artworks, and at Bayeux we have been helping to produce the c-types for this exhibition.
Through these images, you can see Caldicott's exploration of both strong and subtle colours against the forms and geometry of everyday items.
1st March 2018 - 5th May 2018
Today would have been Storm's birthday, and we remember him fondly.
It was lovely to see this image of him and Po (Aubrey Powell) shot in the early days of Hipgnosis by David Gilmour.
Po came to Bayeux today to check his large format Pigment Prints. They look wonderful on Hahnemühle Ultra Smooth Rag.
Also there are a few images from the recently Their Mortal Remains Exhibition at the V & A, which is currently showing in Rome.
Soho based photographer Iona Wolff's exhibition opened tonight at We Are Cuts, in Soho, London. "Polaroids" is a collection of original polaroids and prints that Iona has been working on over the last three years, featuring portraits commissioned by Interview Magazine.
15th February 2018 - 15th March 2018
We Are Cuts
33A Dean Street
London W1D 4PP
0207 287 3337
Photos of the show courtesy of Gerard McNamara @gerard_mcnamara
All other images Iona Wolff
Thanks to all who attended the Fuji GFX event at Bayeux back in December 2017.
Just to let you know the lucky winner of two weeks loan of the camera is Daniel Brooke.
Congratulations Daniel, and many thanks to Christopher at Hummingbird Video for filming this event. @christopher.camera@fujifilm_uk@nathan_xp1
Daniel, we are looking forward to seeing the results from this camera. #gfx50#fujifilm#fujiuk#cameras#lenses
Please drop into the lab to see some of Danny North's stunning images from Eigg. "As I Found Her: A Portrait of Eigg"
At its core, As I Found Her: A Portrait of Eigg is a project about the Hebridean isle, its people, and their way of life. I wanted to paint a picture of Eigg’s tight-knit community and the sense of belonging that radiates from this. It’s a story told through environmental portraits shot both inside islanders’ homes and in the sweeping, expansive landscape. But there is also, in the background, a much broader narrative about what it might mean to live on an island – any island – away from the mainland, and to be at the mercy of nature and perhaps even the community itself. The project is also hugely personal in that it’s about my own desire to belong somewhere, and the joy I felt when I discovered Eigg.
As the island opened up to me, I opened up to it, and I found myself peeling back the layers of this extraordinary place. I visited Eigg 4 times from summer 2016 to finally returning in June of 2017 to exhibit the project in the village hall on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the community’s island buyout.
With the exception of the exhibition on Eigg last year, and two of the images that are in the National Portrait Gallery as part of the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize, the project has remained largely unseen. The exhibition in Bayeux will be the most work from the project shown to date.
Eigg may never be somewhere I call home, but it will always be dear to me. It has left an indelible mark. Consequently, As I Found Her: A Portrait of Eigg is a celebration of what Eigg means to me, but I also hope it offers an honest, sincere, and intimate glimpse of what the island means to the people who call Eigg home.
There are only a few more days left to go and see the Solo Show: In The Kingdom of This World, for Nigerian born artist and photographer Victor Ehikhamenor at Tyburn Gallery, London.
Nov 24th, 2017 – Jan 20th, 2018
26 Barrett Street,
Marylebone, London W1U 1BG
020 3388 0540
Clive Boursnell began photographing Covent Garden Market from the late ’60’s until the mid ’70’s in its West Central London location. With the markets move to Nine Elms, Clive continued with the project after approximately 35 years, he used new equipment and techniques to capture the ambience of the location, workers, traders and visitors to the New Covent Garden Market, now located south of the river Thames.
Clive was born in London, and began his professional photography career in the mid sixties. He has worked for various newspapers & magazines such as The Sunday Times, Vogue and Country Living, also organisations such as The Royal Opera House Covent Garden, English Heritage & The National Trust.
Clive’s prints are now on show at the New Covent Garden Market cafe.
Printed by Nick Barnett on C-Type MATT, Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.
This is our best nine for Instagram last year. Thanks to all for the likes and comments.
There's a lot that didn't get featured, but we will post some latergrams soon. Bayeux Ltd, Iris Fernandes, Steve Vallis, Gage Solaguren, Louis Bryant, Alice Joiner, Jim Grover, Alison Goldfrapp Robert Popper, Jack Harries, Alice Aedy, Nicholas Hughes.
John Cohen presents Mark Cornick his award from FujiFilm.
This year's Fujifilm Print Prize in Landscape Photographer Of The Year Awards was won by Mark Cornick for his photograph of a London building. Mark's prize was a chance to spend time with an expert printer at top London lab, Bayeux, seeing four of his images printed on Fujifilm paper. Work commitments stopped Mark from getting to the lab in person but Nick at Bayeux produced the prints for Mark, using Fujicolor Digital Paper (Matte).
Visit the Exhibition at Waterloo Station up on the Balcony until 4th February 2018. Free entry.
The Brick Lane Gallery
216 Brick Lane
London, E1 6SA
Tel: 0207 729 9721
5 - 11 December 2017
Sunday: 12pm - 6pm
Monday: 10am - 6pm
Admission: Free "Through My Lenses" is Robert Popper's first solo show.
There are only a couple of days left to visit the gallery to see Robert's technically and aesthetically beautiful images.
Robert Popper was born in Switzerland, and now lives in London devoting his time to photography.
At Bayeux we are proud to have produced a wide range of art prints for Robert's exhibition, from hand printed black and white silver gelatin prints, colour c-type prints from original negatives, digital fine art prints and c-type prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.
Today was supposed to be the last day for this stunning exhibition. However, the kind folks at Rakesprogress have extended the show. Now, you lovely people have one extra day (Saturday 9th December) to visit:
Rakesprogress present a pop-up exhibition at No13 Floral Street, entitled Digging His Heels In, the magazine will present an exclusive exhibition of pictures of Christian Louboutin’s exquisite private garden taken by the photographer Jane Hilton.
Digging His Heels In,
Photography by Jane Hilton
13 Floral St,
London WC2E 9DH
1st -9th December 2017
Daily 10am - 6pm
Rakesprogress the UK’s most exciting garden and style magazine are pleased to present a pop-up exhibition at No13 Floral Street, opening this morning.
Entitled Digging His Heels In, the magazine will present an exclusive exhibition of pictures of Christian Louboutin’s exquisite private garden taken by the photographer Jane Hilton.
Digging His Heels In,
Photography by Jane Hilton
13 Floral St,
London WC2E 9DH
1st - 8th December 2017
Daily 10am - 6pm
Rakesprogress is the UK’s most contemporary, surprising and original magazine about gardens, plants and flowers. Launched in 2016 by fashion editor Victoria Gaiger and editor Tom Loxley, rakesprogress has a fast-growing, young, urban readership.
Jane Hilton is a photographer and filmmaker, renowned for her work documenting American Culture, in particular the American West, which she has explored for the past twenty-five years. Her monographs include Dead Eagle Trail (Schilt Pub, 2010) depicting the lifestyle of the twenty-first century cowboy; Precious (Schilt Pub, 2013) featuring intimate nude portraits of working girls in Nevada; and most recently LA Gun Club (self-published, 2016) exploring American gun culture with a collection of unique 'shot up' target posters.
Tonight Alice Aedy and Jack Harries documentary film-makers and photographers, will be giving a talk at Central St. Martin's along with award-winning Hassan Akkad, social activist Nimco Ali and Josie Naughton Co-Founder of the charity Help Refugees.
The Architectural Society of Central St. Martin's and Help Refugees are hosting tonight’s SOLD OUT event to help raise money to support over 70 grassroots projects across Europe and the Middle East supporting refugee communities. With the winter months approaching and families still living in tents on the Greek islands, where temperatures drop below freezing, the need is huge.
Central Saint Martins
1 Granary Square
London, England N1C 4AA
Mon 27 November 2017
6:00pm - 7pm Private view of the photography exhibit
7:15pm - 8:30pm Panel Conversation
8:45pm - 10:00pm You have the option the artists and speakers in the CSM bar
Landscape Photographer of the Year, at London Waterloo Station, November 20th 2017 to 4th February 2018.
Congratulations to the winner, Benjamin Graham with his image: Diminutive Dune - Sand Forms at Low Tide.
Taken at East Head, West Wittering, West Sussex on the 4th October 2016
Congratulations also to Andrew Bulloch who won Young Landscape Photographer of The Year: www.bulloch.photography/
28A Devonshire Street (off Marylebone High Street) London W1G 6PS
Wednesday - Friday: 11 - 6 Saturday: 11 - 2
Other times by appointment Telephone: + 44 20 7486 7374 E-mail: email@example.com
Today is the final day to see "Lost in Landspaces" featuring artists Carlos Gómez Centurión – Jason Hicklin - Domenico Pugliese, supported generously by The Argentine Embassy UK.
Bayeux worked with Domenico Pugliese on his Fuji Archive C-Type prints shot in South America.
Italian born Pugliese has been living and working from London for over 25 years.
Domenico travels the world capturing places most others would be too afraid to venture into. He tells the story of places, cultures and tribes that most others do not know exist.
These images on exhibition at Jaggerdart Gallery show the vast landscapes captured on site and uniquely by these artists.