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During the Stratford Upon Avon Arts Festival Gullachsen set up a pop-up studio in the towns square utilising a screen displaying the results as he shot his personal project.
Bards Town Portraits is inspired by the characters observed walking around Gullachsens' home town of Stratford Upon Avon. Gullachsen was drawn towards faces that Shakespeare would have recognised and maybe used as the model for characters in his plays. Photographing the artists, production crew, civil dignitaries and by inviting members of the public who engaged with the festival, over 100 portraits form the collection of which this exhibition represents a selection.
The subjects were all required to wear velvet cloaks that obscured fashion and hopefully produced images that have a timeless quality, although lit with a cinematic and theatrical approach .
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Bambridge captures the effects of the economic downturn within the City of Detroit with a selection of somber and compelling images. Over half of the population have left the city abandoning their homes which now stand empty and abandoned. Mass job losses, due to a decline in car production, has had a catastrophic effect all over the city and state of Michigan. In contrast the busy downtown business area hasn't been effected, making Detroit still a great city to enjoy with an amazing history.View More
Triangulation project by McCoy Wynne visits all 314 primary triangulation points that were built and measured between 1936 and 1962 by the Ordnance Survey for the 'Retriangulation of Great Britain'. The work provides a comprehensive survey of the British landscape and deals with issues of mapping, representations of the landscape, the layering of history, land use, ownership and boundaries.
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This series of portraits are of individuals who have migrated to England by sea. Each person was photographed at the approaches to their port of arrival. Cant uses the sea and tides as a metaphor to consider migration's inherent divisions of time, space and self.View More
The AOP Open Awards is the competition open to absolutely everyone. For everyone who is passionate about photography, the Open Awards provides the perfect opportunity to gain recognition for their work. There are no categories or themes in the competition - its aim is simply to showcase outstanding individual images.View More
The AOP Photographers Awards is still seen as the competition to enter despite the large variety of other professional photography competitions. Celebrating exceptional work by the industry’s elite, judged by the industry, this competition is only open to Full Photographer Members of the AOP. Regarded as the original awards for professional Photographers, selection and entry into the book, and accompanying exhibition, is considered one of the highest accolades available to Photographers today. Successful entries can use this award as a stamp of professional quality and industry recognitionView More
A journey along the former inner German border. On the way I portrayed people and landscapes in search of different definitions of freedomView More
Prompted by the discovery of a 5-pack of unexposed (but out-of-date) 35mm Provia 100F, AOP member, Sean Johnson, decided to contact other AOP members to see if anyone was interested in using the film as part of a collaborative project and as a bit of fun.
'Unseen World' is the result of those photographers' endeavours with their single roll of 35mm film, their imagination and the memory of how to expose and process transparency film. The photographs are about looking sideways, inside, up and out...away from the usual perspective and throwing a little focus on things often missed.View More
Phil James was commissioned to travel to Uttar Pradesh in India to shoot a documentary for Project Mala, a charity action programme for the elimination of child labour from the hand knotted carpet industry.
He was inspired by the family life he witnessed, which was so different to his own upbringing and that of his role as a father in the 21st century.View More
Brooklands was the worlds first ever purpose built motor racing track, and the scene of the first British Grand Prix. During it’s time many land speed records were broken there,and Brooklands became a major centre for automotive technology and development.
The Spirit of Brooklands is a project undertaken by photographer Douglas Kurn, to document the remains of the circuit, and areas where the track has been removed but there has been an acknowledgment of its existence.
Chris Harrison was born and bought up in Jarrow, in the South Bank of the river Tyne. This exhibition explores Harrison's empathy with his home town.View More
For this Hungarian Arts Foundation (NKA) supported project, Terri Potoczna advertised for Roma volunteers to choose a person from a selection of famous paintings whose appearance they would like to "try on". She went all over Hungary to meet them and recorded the discussion about their choices as well as their comments about Roma identity.View More
To celebrate the forthcoming festive season AOP Members have submitted their work to Elements, our second online group exhibition. Curator Rachel Rogers comments; "From a great selection of images we've chosen work by 26 different members which form an exhibition covering the elements from ALL seasons."
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Photographs as complice to the defence of nature.View More
A thick haze on a foggy night. It’s like all the lights are fighting it, fighting to get through. But nothing can, no stars or moon in or street lamps out. Tonight the darkness comes alive, it is tangible. And the darkness is not black, not tonight nor has it ever been.View More
The Super Wide City project captures the spectacular view of a city in motion, both creating and preserving a historically relevant portrait of a city during a time of accelerated change.View More
Never before has the same city hosted the Olympics three times. London is the first. A city with one of the richest histories in the world once again unites 216 nations to compete in the most celebrated athletic competition.View More
This is a selection from Glyn's fourth photography book, Welsh Light, which was published in August 2012. The new book contains 120 full plate images in this 264 page publication.View More
SEE33 was an exhibition of Jonathan’s portrait work, which first took place during the summer of 2011 in Manchester.View More
This exhibition contains my most recent ongoing work on British black and white landscapes. This style of work was highly influenced by Bill Rowlinson, the master of black and white printing, who helped me progress from my early beginnings in fashion photography through to specialising in black and white people and landscapes.View More
This ongoing projects intention is to examine how clothes and posture serve a communication function by decoding the messages in the wardrobe of one subculture – outdoor enthusiasts.View More
Homelandscape is the first collaborative project by two Finnish-Japanese artists, Elina Moriya and Miika Osamitsu. The exhibitions consist of Elina’s photography and Miika’s essay and sound installation. The exhibition is a part of a larger series that the artists are working on at the moment.View More
The AOP Members Online Gallery opens with an exhibition of award-winning fine art and advertising imagery from member Peter Dazeley.View More