It was the opening night of the Lauderdale House exhibition yesterday. Always such a lovely evening - and it was so well attended. I sold one of my two displayed images, which made me very happy. Red sticker = SOLD 🤗. The standard of the photography is extremely high this year, so I would certainly recommend visiting the exhibition in North London, which is on until 3rd September 2018. #lauderdalehouse #exhibition
Each year a new Serpentine Pavilion is creating by an architect, who has never exhibited in the UK before. This year it's , designed by Mexican Frida Escobedo: Her Pavilion takes the form of an enclosed courtyard, comprised of two rectangular volumes positioned at an angle. While the outer walls are aligned with the Serpentine Gallery’s eastern façade, the axis of the internal courtyard aligns directly to the north.
A few minutes walk from the pavilion you'll find a giant floating pyramid on the Serpentine. A few facts:
* 20 metres high and made up of over 7,500 barrels
* Created by the artist duo famed for creating massive artworks — Christo and Jeanne-Claude.
* The floating creation is called the Mastaba
Both well worth a visit
One of my images is being showcased in the Lauderdale House annual photographic exhibition. The title of the image is "Your rainbow panorama" and it's taking in Aarhus, Denmark 🇩🇰. It's currently the European city of Culture 2017. A little piece of Denmark in London 😄It's always so nice to see my pictures out in public
For the past couple of years I've exhibited at the London Photo Festival, and as this year's theme was Travel Photography, I couldn't resist the temptation of being part of it again. I chose pictures from my trips to Burma and Nepal.
It's always a great networking event, where I meet fellow photographers and get inspiration for future projects.
20th May 2017: An update regarding the London Photo Festival; My picture of the U Bein Bridge in Burma (the image to the left) was sold during the Festival. Makes me a tiny bit proud that other people enjoy my photography :-)