On Show at FIX:

Floriculture 2

FIX Photo 2016 Private View


Private view: Thursday 12 May 2016
Exhibitions runs 13 - 22nd May 2016 at Bargehouse,
Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London SE1 9PH

L A Noble Gallery cordially invites you to attend the grand opening of FIX Photo 2016 to celebrate the launch of a new annual photographic extravaganza.

This annual celebration of exemplary photography in all its forms is produced and curated by LANG Director Laura Noble. This free exhibition of photography includes works by 22  artists both domestic and international from LANG and invited artists from Schilt Publishing & Gallery. Perky Blenders cafe on the ground floor and Wild Card Brewery Bar on the third floor will be happy to serve you a range of delightful refreshments. There is so much to see you will want to come back for more!

Artists include: Emily Allchurch, Deborah Baker, Tom Broadbent, Renée Chabot, Robert Clayton, Lisa Creagh, Lottie Davies, Venetia Dearden, Hendrik Faure, Lucia Ganieya, Memymom, Mishca Haller, Cig Harvey, Marta Kochanek, Holly Lynton, Yola Monakov Stockton, Alex Poll, Sarah Reuter, Chloe Rosser, Chris Steele-Perkins and Ed Thompson.

There are also 4 workshops during the exhibition, with tickets going fast - to attend a workshop by Lottie Davies, Robert Clayton, Marta Kochanek or Sarah Reuter please go to this link. Places are very limited so reserve yours now!

Situated at the edge of the Thames on the South Bank in the beautiful Bargehouse at Oxo Tower Wharf, FIX Photo offers an enlightening, enriching and inspiring journey through the diverse and tangled channels and tributaries of contemporary photography.

To RSVP to this event, make a print sales or press enquiry please contact us at hello@lauraannnoble.com

18.30 - 20.30
RSVP essential
Exhibition runs from 13 - 22 May
Free Entry

Opening hours:

Fri 13 -  Sun 15 May     11.00 - 20.30
Mon 16 May                  11.00 - 19.00
Tue 17 - Sun 22 May    11.00 - 20.30


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