The London Photo Show 2023 Exhibition is now at the 6th edition and takes place from 9 to 12 November 2023 at the Bargehouse Gallery on London’s Southbank. Photographers from all over the world take part.
The London Photo Show is a great opportunity for the many talented photographers in the world to be able to showcase their work in a gallery in central London and experience the excitement of attending their own private vision.
ArtFullFrame Exhibition together with London Photo Show
ArtFullFrame wants to be a place where photographers can meet and exchange information, where they can create new ideas and new synergies, training each other, promote their projects on the web and via with Exhibitions around the world.
ArtFullFrame exploits the strength of unison so that each member can have the opportunity to participate in international exhibitions. In addition, ArtFullFrame offers the opportunity to get involved by organising photo contests with international level judges.
After the success of last year, we have decided to confirm our presence during the London Photo Show, at one of the best locations where photography and art are at home.
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• Ann Backx
• Anna Safronova
• Antonio Perrone
• Atefeh Farhangikia
• Christina Jansen
• C.a. Shofed
• Ed Braidwood
• Ingrid Strain
• Fotini Ioannidi
• Julia Solovey
• Lorenzo Paruccini
• Maurizio Cecchini
• Rashmi Bagvatisancar
Ann Backx is a photographer based in Belgium, with a predilection for abstracts, creative nature and landscape photography. She loves making creative and abstract images at the decisive moment in the field. The subjects of her photography are always related to nature and she prefers to make series in a theme.
The ice queen
Sense of guilt
I was born in Kyiv in 1996. In 2015, I graduated from the Kyiv State Academy of Arts and Crafts and Design, where I received a bachelor’s degree in design. In 2017-2019 I received a master’s degree in photography and design. I completed my postgraduate studies at the Kyiv National University of Technology and Design and received a Ph.D. in culture and arts in 2021. The work touched upon the theme of a photo book as an object of art design. I am currently continuing my postdoctoral studies at The Faculty of Art and Design of West University in Timișoara. 25.10.2022 personal photo exhibition «Signatures of war» in Kyiv State Academy of Decorative and Applied Arts and Design named after M. Boychuk 5.05.-28.05. 2023. Participation in collective exhibition dedicated to the 85th anniversary of Mykhail Boychuk with 10 collages «Signatures of war». Central house of artists 17.05.-28.05. Personal exhibition “Light and shadow” in in Kyiv State Academy of Decorative and Applied Arts and Design named after M. Boychuk with a support of West University of Timisoara. 1st Place Winner of ArtFullFrame’s “Open Call 2023” Photo Contest.
He has been a photographer for about 18 years and with the arrival of digital in photography, he began to discover new ways of doing photography. Besides being a photographer, Antonio is a university employee in the field of microwaves and remote sensing. As a photographer he has received many awards ranging from prizes in important Italian and international competitions, to some printed publications in magazines of the photographic sector. In his spare time, in addition to taking pictures, he manages a photography portal: https://www.micromosso.com where he shares ideas and photos with other enthusiasts. Since 2014 he has been President of a Photographic Club based in Tivoli (Rome).
Atefeh Farhangikia,Born in 1990 in Iran. I started photography when I was 17 years old and found my interest in the documentary photography genre and I am doing social documentary photography. I have completed my studies as a doctor of physics and am currently studying social marketing.
Christina Jansen was borning Amasterdam to a Liverpudlian writer mother and a Dutch photojournalistic father, and from a young age she knew she wanted to be an artist. When she was eleven years old she left Holland within her mother and brother to live in south devon where she had to learn English fast. After A levels she did a foundation course in art, specialising in silkscreen printing, then she studied Art and Drama at Crewe and Alsager College in Stoke on Trent. There she explored photo silkscreen, photo etching and photography in depth, and gained a BA Hons Degree. Her first job was photographing all the pre-1950’s buildings in Stoke-on Trent for Hanley City Museum. Christina moved to London and began taking photographic portraits and stills on commercials and films. Over the years her subjects have included Muhammad Ali, Zandra Rhodes, Robert Plant, Van Morrison, Bob Hoskins, Brian Cox, Jon Snow, Joan Bakewell and Andrew Marr, as well as many top music artists and bands. Christina’s work has taken her around the world including Shooting all of Northern Europe for the RAC Eurotunnel book “Weekends across the Channel”, she has travelled around America, Canada, Australia, Scandinavia, Switzerland, Malta and the Caribbean. Christina has won an an award from the British Journal of Photography for “Canvas and Camera”. She has received commissions to photograph fashion, travel, album covers and live bands and music artists. Stills for Tv Commercials and films, corporate events, weddings, food and interiors but Portraiture remains her first love.
C.a. Shofed moved to Trenton, New Jersey and found the art scene in my new hometown was raw, vibrant and easy to access. A few years into his move Shofed had his second kidney transplant. During his recovery he made the decision to become a full-time artist. In 2012 Shofed had his first solo exhibit. Creating pieces for that exhibit set Shofed on a course where his style was being described as “painterly”. He found that he was being influenced by painters such as John M. W. Turner or Maurice Prendergast. “To this day “Burning Houses of Parliament” by Turner amazes me every time I see it!” Shofed’s style changed and shifted as he became more comfortable with his technique, his camera was his paintbrush, and he was a contemporary artist not confined by the art world’s definition of what photography should be. He was more comfortable telling the story he saw through his lens and less concerned about the exact technical aspect of photography. In 2017 Shofed embarked on his journey into more abstract work with the creation of his Reflectionism series. He continues to twist and challenge himself with artist collaborations and his Puddle Architecture work. C.a. Shofed’s art has been exhibited and sold in galleries and museums across the globe including Philadelphia, New York, San Diego, London, Glasgow and many places within the continental United States and Europe.
Ed Braidwood (aka “HIYAFOTO”) is a photographer who was born and raised in London’s East-end. His interest in photography began in his teenage years at school in Dagenham, with his initial work using a Russian Zenit EM SLR camera and 35mm black and white film, processing and printing his own work. He now uses both digital and film formats, including 35mm, Medium Format and even 110 cartridge film. He has previously exhibited his work in gallery spaces in Osaka, Sydney, Madrid and London. Aside from his own projects, he also regularly works with a Spanish Humanitarian organisation in Madrid, providing images for their periodical magazine since May 2020. Photography is Ed’s passion and he always carries a camera with him.
On The Steps Of Shibuya Stream
Dead Space Number Nine
Raised in Milan, Ingrid Strain graduated in Philosophy and Cinema (1997). In Berlin (1994-2000) he studied acting and dance theater, gaining awareness of the expressive potential of the body in the visual arts, in particular in photography, where technique gives way to research, understood as a communication through images of a state of mind, contingent and unrepeatable. She currently deals with photographic projects that do not exclude contamination with other disciplines such as sculpture, painting and installation. Solo exhibitions: • 1998, Der Morgennebel (installation on 3 rooms), Ikaron Theater, Berlin, Germany • 2018, Solids and Compounds (photo exhibition), Milan, Italy • 2018, NN Eva (photo exhibition and installation) Milan, Italy • 2021, 130000 From earth to sky (installation, Flashmob), Milan, Italy. 2nd Place Winner of ArtFullFrame’s “Open Call 2023” Photo Contest.
My Name is Fotini Ioannidi and I am based at the city of Athens in Greece. I am a Street and Still life photographer and my work has been inspired by the city I have grown up and lived in. Athen’s architecture reflects past and modern influences, combinations of different lines, shapes and textures are commonly seen in the city and the beauty of this mixture has been inspiring my work. Athens is a very busy town and capturing images of people with the use of the amazing architecture enables me to create a picture that not only enlightens the sheer beauty of the architecture but it can be also used as a reflection of my view on the current society. For instance, in this picture ‘’The Man’’, the harmony between the different lines, shapes colours and objects have created a powerful picture of a man who even though he is at a very busy city, at this photo at this moment he is in a perfect harmony with his surrounding, creating the illusion that time is standing still. And this is the message I want to spread that even though we live in fast paced societies, the beauty of living is found in small and simple things and it is wonderful when you take the time to slow down and cherish them.
I’m a London based photographer. I love the raw fleeting beauty of every place I go, and I do my best to take every picture with that in mind.
Hunter or the hunted
Lorenzo, is twenty-two years old, he was born in Rome but currently live and study in Milan. He obtained a three-year degree in Historical-Artistic Studies at the Sapienza University of Rome with a thesis on the History of Photography on Vivian Maier, and he’s currently attending the master’s degree course in Art, Enhancement and Market at the IULM in Milan. He earned a certificate from the MoMA in New York after taking the course “Seeing Through Photographs” by the Curator of the Department of Photography, Sarah Meister. He would like to become an art curator. His interest in photography began at the age of 6, in conjunction with my passion for music and art. He exhibited at the contemporary photography exhibition: “Paesaggio Italiano, L’Infinito tra enchanto e scargio” curated by Vittorio Sgarbi, at the Civic Museum of Villa Colloredo Mels in Recanati, making me the youngest photographer on display.
Maurizio Cecchini is an Italian London based photographer whose work in worldwide locations has produced striking and revealing landscape photographs set in Asia, The Americas and Europe. Maurizio shares some of the creative intent enmeshed in his work, with series of photographs around Traditional Fairy Tales and Religious subjects references classical painting in its composition, Style “ChiaroScuro” However set in a contemporary context they subvert expectation. Familiar narratives are taken into a disonant satirical realm that is beguiling, they are beautiful to look at, but simultaneously robust, challenging and politically controversial. They challenge the viewers comfortable accepted norms.
Infinite Relax Looking at the clouds is an excellent way to observe nature, relieve stress, and free your imagination! It can be fun and relaxing to recognize shapes in the sky like animals, people, and objects. I can see mine here and you ? Ultra HD Photo Print On Aluminium Limited Edition 1 - 12 print
Infinite Waves Listening to the waves activates the parasympathetic nervous system, which makes us more relaxed. In addition, the negative ions in the sea breeze have a mood-boosting effect. Long associated with feelings of peace and calm, the colour blue has also been shown to enhance creativity. Ultra HD Photo Print On Aluminium Limited Edition 1 - 12 print
Infinite Optical Optical art plays with the dizzying and mind-altering world of optical illusions, as wavy lines, pulsating forms and rhythmic patterns come to life before our very eyes. Ultra HD Photo Print On Aluminium Limited Edition 1 - 12 print
Photography has always fascinated me but never had the means nor courage only photographing my daughters milestones. My passion grew as my daughter’s dance interest started progressing. I also started to document my father in law’s rapid deterioration with dementia. whiles documenting my dad in law I was asked by the nursing home residence and families if I would take photographs for some of the residents and their families is how I started my photography journey. I believe in simplicity Capturing special moments and emotions to last a lifetime. In this short period of time I have collaborated with many talented photographers covering from special Birthdays, Christenings, and weddings to photography exhibitions as well as numeric charity events. I am also an ambassador for Art full frame who are specialists in photography exhibitions around the world. My aim is to simply freeze a moment that Will wow you for years to come while keeping the natural beauty without making it look unrealistic is my vision.
Puja • 1
Puja • 2
May 8, 2023
The Magical-circumstantial is the fortuitous encounter between two independent coincidences, a sort of confluence of circumstances, which produces a short circuit, a burst of meaning or the effect of a revelation.
Artfullframe is lunching the next International Exhibition in London from 13 to 16 October 2022 inside Photo London Show at the Bargehouse Gallery – OXO Tower on London’s Southbank. We are recruiting talented photographers.
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The London Photo Show is a great opportunity for new photographic talents from all over the world, to showcase their work in the most important European capital for photography and network with public, media and industry professionals.