Joan Cornella: A London Solo Exhibition 15/09 until the 1.10.17

Published by | 05/06/2017

Joan Cornellà: A London Solo Exhibition co-hosted by Bird On The Wire & Factotum Productions Friday 15th September – Sunday 1st October Joan Cornellà and his debut collection of work come to London later this year. The Barcelona based cartoonist and illustrator who is famous for his works imbued with unsettling, surreal, and black humor, […]


Olivia Fayne “Permanent Reminders” Exhibition 4th-5th of August 2017

Published by | 05/06/2017

Rising UK artist Olivia-Fayne announces her debut exhibition, ‘Permanent Reminders’. Spanning over 2 days the event will showcase some of her custom tattoo design work that she has created over the past 3 years. This exhibition will not only be a showcase of her detailed work and chance to see her creations in real life, but will also mark […]


Post Silver: BA(hons) Photography Manchester School of Art 7th-9th of July 2017.

Published by | 05/06/2017

  The Post Silver photographic exhibition brings together a collective of final year Photography students, exhibiting works at Hoxton Arches, London The show will explore an array of photographic practices, negotiating the sense of tension created by different approaches to the medium. Displaying a variety of practices, seemingly adversary in their approach, the collection will […]


“TYPE 55: (BA Hons) Commercial Photography Group Exhibition. 11 – 13 July

Published by | 05/06/2017

Type 55 invites you to join the next generation of creative Commercial Photographers – Fashion and Beauty, Documentary and Editorial, Advertising and Still Life – as they demonstrate their practice through an innovative exhibition in the heart of London. The Type 55 exhibition space is the place you will find the latest and freshest talents.” Website: www.type55.co.uk […]


Newcastle University Fine Art BA Degree Show 22nd to 26th of June 2017

Published by | 05/06/2017

  The Newcastle University Fine Art BA Degree Show brings together the work of over fifty young artists at the culmination of four-year study on the BA in Fine Art. The exhibition displays a diverse set of practices and media including painting, new media, film, video, sculpture, photography, print, sound, performance and installation.   The […]


REVEAL&EVOKE: UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH WALES GRADUATE SHOW 15th and 16th of June 2017

Published by | 06/05/2017

For 2017, two of our Photography courses are collaborating on an ambitious two-day event at Hoxton Arches, London E2. Students from BA (Hons) Photojournalism and BA (Hons) Photography for Fashion and Advertising are pooling their talents to create a provocative and critically engaged exhibition of work spanning multiple genres. Additionally, they will share the diversity […]


THROUGH THE LENS EXHIBITION, 18 – 21 MAY 2017

Published by | 10/04/2017

  Cathie Harding, Emilia McKay, Emma Greenhill, Evangelina Balitskaya, Kristine Krupenny, Michelle Petty, Matt Thornton, Stella Trench. Exhibiting at Hoxton Arches, London, Through The Lens has been collectively curated by eight University of Kent graduates from West Kent College. The exhibition showcases each individual’s talents and preferred area of photography. From fashion to still life, […]


53 Degrees: An exhibition curated by Fashion Photography students final year at Falmouth University 4th-7th May 2017.

Published by | 28/03/2017

53° is an exhibition displaying the works of Falmouth University’s Fashion Photography final year students. The event offers an opportunity for the public and industry professionals alike to gain a sense of the creative calibre that the UK’s No.1 Arts University is producing. Displaying a broad range of photographic disciplines and inspirations, each photographer presents […]


Studio 88 Presents: Still-Ness in Motion Exhibition 28th and 29th of April 2017

Published by | 28/03/2017

Private View 27th April 2017, 18:00 – 21:00, RSVP Only Public Exhibition 28th April 2017 – 29th April 2017 – 10:00 – 19:00 Still-ness in Motion, the latest series of work by Nicholas Peter Bartlett, presents us with the concept of stopping any moment of time and observing the diversiform of paths created in choice. […]