Diary (2010) – Tim Hetherington (Open Eye Gallery).

An exhibition of Tim Hetherington's excellent, emotionally charged photography work is currently on display at Open Eye Gallery. Whereas a whole exhibition of high standard work would usually warrant an long, blow-by-blow review, there is a piece currently on display there that not only sums up the whole show but also requires a full and … Continue reading Diary (2010) – Tim Hetherington (Open Eye Gallery).

Mishka Henner + Edith Tudor-Hart – Open Eye Gallery.

Mishka Henner appears to be a photographer that seeks out new meanings within culture and already defined norms; seeking out these new perspectives by literally looking at them from a geographically different view point.  His work is of an extremely modern nature, very obviously influenced by the age of globalisation and force-fed by internet and … Continue reading Mishka Henner + Edith Tudor-Hart – Open Eye Gallery.

A Lecture Upon The Shadow + E. Chambre Hardman: Landscapes (Open Eye Gallery)

It seems an obvious choice for a photography exhibition to focus on the elements of light and shadow.  These are two of the main factors that affect the perceived quality of a photograph yet, as a creative theme, it works as a brilliant starting point for A Lecture Upon The Shadow.  Taking six artists from … Continue reading A Lecture Upon The Shadow + E. Chambre Hardman: Landscapes (Open Eye Gallery)

The Unexpected Guest – Open Eye Gallery (Liverpool Biennial 2012)

Photography plays a vital role in this year’s Biennial.  The medium dominates many of the major venues including Tate Liverpool, Bluecoat and The Cunard Building.  Being Liverpool’s main (and quite possibly only) art enthused photography gallery, it seems that Open Eye Gallery is faced with some strong competition at this year’s festival.  This has no … Continue reading The Unexpected Guest – Open Eye Gallery (Liverpool Biennial 2012)

Video Interview With Sinta Tantra – Liverpool Biennial 2012

A video interview with artist Sinta Tantra.  I've helped install her work before and was lucky enough to talk to her in depth about her work  for this year's Biennial which covers the walls of Open Eye Gallery on the waterfront. It's a beautifully colourful work and works well the jagged, disjointed architecture. Music is … Continue reading Video Interview With Sinta Tantra – Liverpool Biennial 2012