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People, places and works of photographic significance

'Vanishing' with Yanina Shevchenko

‘Vanishing’ with Yanina Shevchenko

Gasket have had the chance to collaborate with a number of amazing artists over the last few years and we were delighted to hear that friend of Gasket, Yanina Shevchenko was recently awarded the inaugural ‘Stories of Reflection’ award from PhotoVoice and theprintspace. We’ve been following Yanina’s work for a number of years so it...
Royal Veterinary College Pots - Mick Frank

Royal Veterinary College Pots – Mick Frank

One of Gasket’s founders, Mick Frank, has recently completed a stunning body of work in conjunction with the Royal Veterinary College (RVC). From Mick’s own site; “The [RVC] eMedia Unit has been working with the Wellcome Trust to share images of anatomical specimens at the RVC. These are historical dissections stored in formalin pots – brought alive...
Unprotected Views - Sally Hart

Unprotected Views – Sally Hart

As part of completing her Sociology Masters in Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths College, Sally Hart (one of our Gasket founders), has presented her visual work as part of the Habitus exhibition, held at Menier Gallery until the 25th of October. From Sally’s website; “The exhibition is planned, funded, curated, installed and executed by...
Gasket Founder Wins Goldsmiths Award

Gasket Founder Wins Goldsmiths Award

Congratulations to our own Sally Hart for winning the Goldsmiths Sociology Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in MA Photography and Urban Cultures 2013/14! Over the course Sally has produced some extraordinary work such as Urban Terrior and her final dissertation work Unprotected Views. We are proud to have Sally as part of our collective and look...
An interview with Arianna Lodeserto

An interview with Arianna Lodeserto

As Leap-Second moves from Marylebone to our new location on the First Floor of 183-185 Bermondsey St we’d like to introduce you to another of our exhibiting artists. Johannes Rigal of Gasket has asked each artist a series of questions to explore the concepts and processes involved in their work, and by doing so, show what makes us...
Diego Ferrari - Artist profile and Interview

Diego Ferrari – Artist profile and Interview

As we come closer to the opening of Leap-Second, we’d like to introduce you to our exhibiting artists in more detail. Johannes Rigal of Gasket has asked each artist a series of questions to explore the concepts and processes involved in their work, and by doing so, show what makes us so excited about this exhibition. Today...
Nancy Clemo - Profile and Interview

Nancy Clemo – Profile and Interview

In the lead up to Leap-Second we’ll be helping you get to know our exhibiting artists through their own words. We’re asking each artist a range of questions to try and expose what makes them tick revealing what makes us so excited about this exhibition at the same time. First up is Nancy (Betty) Clemo; a...
Four Questions with Gesche Würfel

Four Questions with Gesche Würfel

In support of our exhibition Adrift, we’re asking our exhibiting artists four questions to help you get to know a bit about them and their work. Gesche Würfel is a German visual artist who currently lives and works in New York City, NY. She received her BSc.+MSc. in Urban Planning from the University of Dortmund, Germany, and her M.A. in Photography and...
Four Questions with Paul Smith

Four Questions with Paul Smith

In support of our exhibition Adrift, we’re asking our exhibiting artists four questions to help you get to know a bit about them and their work. ‘Paul Smith is Course Leader in Photography at Amersham and Wycombe College in Buckinghamshire. He studied for an MA in Photography at Goldsmiths College (MA in Photography and Urban Cultures), a...
Four Questions with Lene Hald

Four Questions with Lene Hald

In support of our exhibition Adrift, we’re asking our exhibiting artists four questions to help you get to know a bit about them and their work. Lene Hald works with visual ethnography and visual communication. Her photographic work explores the meeting between social research and narrative art and adresses issues of fashion, feminism and the phenomenon...
Four Questions with Simon Rowe

Four Questions with Simon Rowe

In support of our exhibition Adrift, we’re asking our exhibiting artists four questions to help you get to know a bit about them and their work. Today we ask four questions of Simon Rowe about his work and practice. You can see read more about Simon here.   What can a photo do that other representations can’t?...
Four Questions with David Kendall

Four Questions with David Kendall

In support of our exhibition Adrift, we’re asking our exhibiting artists four questions to help you get to know a bit about them and their work. David Kendall’s practice explores how spatial, economic and design initiatives, as well as participatory practices, combine to encourage social and spatial interconnections or conflict in cities. Kendall utilises visual archives, mapping, events and...