I was that impressed by the RPS, putting on the exhibition ‘Representation on the line, (un)framing our identities’. Meeting Dell Barrett, Vanessa Ansa and Jennie Rickets spurred me on to become an associate of the RPS. I am now, as of 4th July 2019 an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society.
Shutterhub, I love taking part in their call outs, last year I exhibition in France with them as well, this year four photographs of mine made it to the festival. All very different in time, but all responding to the theme of ‘Time to Think’. Read what other photographers had to say about the exhibition here! Here are some installation shots from the exhibition.
The RPS Representation on the line, (un)framing our identities exhibition grew bigger and is now on two floors ,in the old disused telephone exchange building in Chelsea. A collaborative exhibition from the RPS Hundred Heroines initiative in which female photographers explore the theme of identity. The Royal Photographic Society is driving forward its campaign to redress the gender imbalance in photography with an exhibition, events and talks as part of Kensington and Chelsea Art Weekend, 28-30 June.
Dawn, Kate, Libby and myself went back to London, to the official opening of the exhibition. It was a great event with music, drinks and loads of guest and an official opening by Emma Lewell Buck MP.