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June Market

June is a busy month for Heaton Moor Market – we have the regular monthly market on Shaw Road, Sunday 5th June. Then, on Sunday 19th June, some of our traders will be setting up as part of ‘Heaton Moor Market in the Park’ for the Heatons Summer Festival in Heaton Moor Park. 345 more words


LensCulture reviewer feedback of my work

I just get this awesome feedback by a LensCulture reviewer of my series “African Portraits” in the beginning.

Lensculture is a photography network and online magazine about contemporary photography in art, media, politics, commerce and popular cultures worldwide: “a resource to keep up with the latest trends and debates in contemporary photography”. 676 more words


Editorial: Why We Need to Go Back to Our Studios? Coz the Institutions are Fooling Artists with Nonsense

Editorial: Why We Need to Go Back to Our Studios? Coz the Institutions are Fooling Artists with Nonsense/  Johny ML

Can a laptop and project writing replace studio practice? 1,267 more words

Johny ML

Douglas Stockdale - Photographer's statement

Ciociaria copyright Douglas Stockdale

One of the take-aways from Photo Book Independent was that I need to really consider exhibiting my photographs. When more than one person states that my photographic work is exceptional and I keep getting comments that my “work” prints are exquisite, I think I am ready for taking the next step in my artistic progression. 351 more words


Election Season? Buy Some Art!

Now is the time of times to buy art, alleges the New York Post. Over the past decade, art prices have fallen specifically in election years since 1998, meaning that those dreadful political seasons are the best time to get you a new painting. 331 more words


Photobook post-exhibition assessment

Photobook Independent, Raleigh Studios, Soundstage #14, 2016 copyright Douglas Stockdale

At the beginning of this month I participated in a book exhibition at Photobook Independent, held in the Raleigh Studios on their sound stage #14, located in Hollywood, California. 337 more words


What's a woman worth? Helen Molesworth on gender discrimination in the art world

Why is art by women valued at lower prices than art by men? Helen Molesworth explains that neither the artworld, nor the society in which it is embedded, have changed all that much. 20 more words

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