Strange Bedfellows 2
Artist Sue Golden has curated a photographic art exhibition for LPA/Gallery 1839 opening in Soho, London early October. In this exhibition, called Strange Bedfellows, the tapestry of life is exposed with all its complexities. Here the everyday contrasts with the enigmatic and exceptional, the obvious with the unusual. What’s particular in this presentation is the questions the image groupings provoke - what does a beguiling hybrid feline Tokyo Sphinx cat have to do with a Korean man dressed as a female British noblewoman? Perhaps a commonality of isolated lives…
Strange Bedfellows is a contemporary, eclectic mix of international photographers’ images. Golden has utilised her work experience, artistic perception and a ‘catholic’ eye in choosing a diverse range of images and combinations. Extensive research was undertaken from the sites resulting in a striking conceptual show that relates to the highs and lows of modern times: the contrasts and disparities, the illusions and realities, the unconventional and the ordinary.
All the photographs have been chosen from the fine art, commercial, established and up-and-coming photographers’ collections at the London Photographic Association and Gallery 1839.
Images shown - Existing In Costume Chan-Hyo Bae and Tokyo Sphinx Alissa Eberle
Exhibiting photographers in part 1
Chan Hyo Bae - Alissa Alberne - Georgina McNamara - Lydia Goldblatt - Lea Golda Holterman - Claudio Rasano - David Knight - John Ferguson - Sophia Wallace - Darlaine Honey - Sue Golden - Chris Bucher - Alessandro Saponi - Russ Quackenbush
Exhibiting photographers in part 2
Annett Reimer - Emily Graham - Ginger Liu - Ilya van Marle - George Kavanagh - Sebastian Rich - Karan Kapoor - Judah Passow - Nino Gehrig - Frank Herholdt -Michal Iwanowski - Sue Golden - Sukey Parnell - Julie Cook
Strange Bedfellows 2 at:
The Assembly Rooms
8 Silver Place, Soho, London W1F 0JU
3-19 November 2010