Sat 08 Jun - Thur 20 Jun | The Cello Factory, Waterloo
the cello factory
A photography exhibition featuring diptychs by an
international group of photographers and co-curated by
Paul Tecklenberg and Darren Nisbett
Untilted by Paul Tecklenberg
Time & Location
08 Jun - 20 Jun (2pm- 6pm)
The Cello Factory
33-34 Cornwall Rd, London SE1 8TJ (map below)
About the exhibition
Metamorphosis can mean the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly or in Kafka’s case from man into an insect. This show features diptychs by international photographers. Pairs of images are hung together; each depicts a process of binary change. Co-curated by Paul Tecklenberg and Darren Nisbett, with 15 London Group members and two guests, including two graduates from the University of East London, Andrew Cooper and Carl Wilson.
This is the first photographic show in the history of The London Group, founded in 1913.
Carol Wyss, Carl Wilson, David Theobald, Paul Tecklenberg, Simon Reed, Vanya Balogh, Darren Nisbett, Charlotte C Mortensson, Genetic Moo, Sam Jarman, Jane Humphrey, Susan Haire, Vaughan Grylls, Eric Fong, Angela Eames, Andrew Cooper and Stephen Carley.
Artists' talk at The Cello Factory on Monday 17th June at 6.30pm.
A Q&A with Farah Mohammoud of You Press and Catherine Dormor of The Bridge At Waterloo is scheduled for Thursday 20th June at 7pm. More information here.
About The London Group
The London Group is one of the longest-running and most prestigious artists’ collectives in the world. Based in Waterloo, it has around 90 members and champions diversity of work and independent thinking.