Your Personal invite to; Phil Barrington at the ‘Art in Mind’ Group Show “Phil Barrington brings six new framed Cracktown v2.0 works to the Brick Lane Gallery in London in July 2011. If you are free, please do come along to the Wednesday 20th July Opening Night (from 6pm) – as the private view of the Brick Lane ‘Artist in Mind’ group show promises to be VERY exciting indeed.
The work displayed here at the Brick Lane Gallery details a long process personally undertaken by myself for each image. From initial concept to location scouting, from the procurement of suitable models to the actual shoot and subsequent printing process, to distressing each photograph with a range of fluids, paints and scratching, a typical framed gallery image can take up to a year to complete, if not longer.”
Private Opening Event – Wednesday 20th July between 6.00pm – 8.30pm
Opening times – Gallery open daily (including Sundays) from the 20th July 1pm to 6pm until Sunday 31st July.
As part of the ‘Art in Mind’ group show, Phil Barrington’s six framed works are displayed in the main Brick Lane building, which is accessible to visitors from 10.30am each morning. Admission always free.
I’m very pleased to announce that my work “My Life Amongst The Metal Trees” has been chosen as part of the judges’ official selection for the upcoming ‘Px3 Prix de la Photographie Paris‘ competition, “Europe’s biggest and most prestigious photography competition”. I couldn’t have done it without all your support here on this blog, my facebook page and my great email contacts, so thank you kindly (the absinthe is on me when I see you next).
The voting process seems a bit of a faff to me, but if anyone has spare time and would REALLY like to vote for me,… It’d bring a smile to my chops;
Mangle Prints, the glorious printmaker from East Anglia, UK, recently interviewed myself and posted it online on their great site last week. You can find the somewhat humourous (and hopefully informative!) Q&A here;