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AOP50: IMAGES THAT DEFINED THE AGE
Apr 16 - Jun 1, 2018
An exhibition to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the Association of Photographers (AOP), the UK’s leading membership organisation for professional photographers working in the creative industries. Formed in 1968, AOP is one of the most prestigious professional photographers’ associations in the world, whose members’ work is published worldwide in magazines, newspapers, books and advertising campaigns. Each year the AOP Awards celebrate the best in commercial photography.

KATHERINE GILI : SPARKS FLY
Jan 14 - Mar 1, 2019
Well-regarded for her sculptures in mild steel, this exhibition traces Katherine Gili’s creativity and skill in using this heavy industrial material over five decades. She was one of the many sculptors who benefitted from the example of Sir Anthony Caro at Saint Martin’s School of Art, where he taught from 1953 to 1981. However, Gili developed a highly individual way of working iron and steel, moving on from making welded compositions in steel sheet to creating forged elements brought together through welding. This soon marked her out from her contemporaries at the Stockwell Depot, an artists’ collective and exhibiting space where she was the only female sculptor.

Click to enlargeWINTER LIGHTS FESTIVAL
Jan 15 - 26, 2019
Back for the fifth year, Winter Lights will transform the dark evenings at Canary Wharf into a spectacle of light, colour and movement. Twenty installations materialise in Canary Wharf as artists from around the world, working on the cutting edge of light art and technology, share their creativity and ingenuity. From large interactive installations to stunning light projections, the range is breath taking. This year sustainability, recycling and the environment is a theme running through the works. Many of the pieces have been created by reusing materials and others send out a strong message about waste and climate change.

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