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CHRIS HARRISON: I BELONG JARROW
Chris Harrison was born and bought up in Jarrow, a tough industrial town on the south bank of the river Tyne. Since moving away, Harrison has been forced to think about who he is and where he belongs. This selection of images showcases Harrison's memories of the places and people still living in Jarrow. 14 March - 8 May.
DOUGLAS KURN: THE SPIRIT OF BROOKLANDS
Brooklands was the world's first purpose-built motor racing track, and the scene of the first British Grand Prix. During its 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. 9 May - 5 June
MAN RAY: CONTACTS
An extremely rare collection of Man Ray contact prints from a private collection scheduled in tandem with the Man Ray retropscetive at the National Portrait Gallery. To 30 March.
London, W1U 7NF
HEIDI SPECKER: TERMINI
Termini was created during Specker’s 2010 residency at the German Academy’s Villa Massimo in Rome. Comprised of different series of images, it begins with an interest in Surrealism and Metaphysics at the home of Giorgio de Chirico and progresses to the Rationalism and New Objectivity of Carlo Mollino. To 16 March.
London W1S 4JJ
JIM NAUGHTEN: CONFLICT AND COSTUME
Each image, a portrait of Herero tribe members of Namibia, reveals a material culture that harkens the region’s tumultuous past: residents wear Victorian era dresses and paramilitary costume as a direct result and documentation of its early 20th century German colonisation. To 13 April.
Margaret Street Gallery
London, W1W 8SW
MICHAEL EASTMAN: HAVANA
Eastman is recognized for his large-scale photographs of the world’s most beautiful cities and this magical body of work exposes the colourful and crumbling interiors and exteriors of Cuba’s capital. To 16 March.
Michael Hoppen Gallery
London, SW3 3TD
Sebastião Salgado: Genesis
The culmination of eight years’ work Genesis draws together images of landscapes and wildlife, alongside depictions of human communities that continue to live in accordance with their ancestral traditions and cultures. World premiere. 11 April-8 September.
TOM WOOD: PHOTOGRAPHS 1973-2013
This first major solo exhibition of his work in the UK is a collaboration with The Photographers’ Gallery, London. 8 March -16 June.
MAN RAY PORTRAITS
Focusing on his career in America and Paris between 1916 and 1968, the exhibition highlights Man Ray’s central position among the leading artists of the Dada and Surrealist movements and the significant range of contemporaries, celebrities, friends and lovers that he captured: from Marcel Duchamp and Pablo Picasso to Kiki de Montparnasse, Lee Miller and Catherine Deneuve. To 27 May.
A new exhibition of works by this acclaimed Korean photographer follows on from his previous series, Existing in Costume and Fairy Tales. Chan-Hyo Bae’s Taking ‘power’ as his starting point, this work explores the theme of Punishment. To 23 March.
LANDMARK:THE FIELDS OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Wide-ranging exibition showing both the harsh, even brutal realities of the changing environment, as well as its enduring and stunning beauty, featuring over 70 highly regarded photographers from North and South America, Africa, Europe and Asia, and many previously unseen and recently completed works. 14 March-28 April.
PAUL WENHAM CLARKE: THE WESTWAY
The Westway: A Portrait of a Community documents the lives of those living beneath and in the shadow of the A40 flyover in west London. Built in the 1960s, the road was bulldozed through the heart of North Kensington taking with it 600 homes and prompting over a 1000 people to leave the community. Today, this monumental structure towers over homes, businesses, sports facilities and educational centres, as local communities seek to make the most of the negative space of the road's supporting arches and the circumstances in which they find themselves. Together, these communities make up a varied whole; a community which itself is rich in social, spiritual, and cultural diversity. As such, The Westway is a snapshot of modern, multicultural Britain in a time of change. To 28 Feb
St Martin-in-the-Fields Crypt Gallery
London, WC2N 4JJ
LIGHT FROM THE MIDDLE EAST: NEW PHOTOGRAPHY
The first major museum exhibition of contemporary photography from and about the Middle East. It features over 90 works by some of the most exciting artists from the region, spanning North Africa to Central Asia. Until 7 April.
V&A, South Kensington
London, SW7 2RL
DAVID BAILEY: EAST END FACES
David Bailey returns to the borough of his birth to exhibit intimate photographs of the East End at Walthamstow’s William Morris Gallery, offering a rare insight into the faces and characters synonymous with the decade that gave us the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. To 26 May.
William Morris Gallery
London, E17 4PP
FOR AOP MEMBERS: ADOBE WORKSHOPS
12 March Introduction to Lightroom
2 April Advanced features in Lightroom
23 April Lightroom & Photoshop workflow masterclass
£15 each or £35 for three. More details via firstname.lastname@example.org
Q&A WITH IDRIS KHAN
'In conversation' event with photographic artist Idris Khan presented by John Jones in conjunction with The Photographer's Gallery.
26 February 18.30-20.00 at John Jones London N4 3JG.
Free: RSVP email@example.com
AOP PHOTOGRAPHERS AWARDS 2013
AOP OPEN AWARDS 2013
Call for entries – 18 March. See website for entry and deadline details