FORM member Becky Warnock will be showing work as part of a satellite event for London Photo this week. The Royal Photographic Society present “Representation on the Line : (Un)framing our identities” which brings together a collaborative exhibition from RPS Hundred Heroines, in which female photographers explore the theme of identity. This a great opportunity to catch FORM collective member Becky Warnock’s contribution to this timely initiative, as well as a host of other industry leading photographers.
19 Mallord St, London SW3 6AP.
Access is through the double iron gates.
Opening times (15th – 19th May)
Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun: 12.00 – 18.00
Thurs: 18.00 – 21.00
The venue is fully accessible via the ramp
PANEL: MAKING TOGETHER. PHOTOGRAPHY X COLLABORATION with RAMONA GÜNTERT/JOSHUA LEON/MAJA DANIELS/REBECCA SALVADORI/BECKY WARNOCK
FORM member Becky Warnock is taking part in a panel at Peckham 24 this weekend (18/05/19). The panel will bring together an eclectic group of artists to discuss the different collaborative techniques they employ to create their work.
Artists include: Ramona Guntert and Joshua Leon who will share insights into their live and unfolding collaboration for Rehearsing the Real, an exhibition curated by Tom Lovelace for Peckham 24; Maja Daniels whose exhibition Elf Dalia is on show at the festival; Video artist Rebecca Salvadori who collaborated with British Iranian artist Lilian Nejatpour to create the film Lilian’s Vow – part of Photoworks’ group exhibition Dancing in Peckham; and Becky Warnock– an artist whose practice is rooted in participation and community engagement. The discussions will be moderated by artist, writer and educator Anthony Luvera.
This event is FREE and open to all. Book a free place HERE: https://www.peckham24.com/p24-events
Peckham / South London
DG Studios /The Bussey Building
Saturday 18 May / 16:00 - 17:30
Form Collective member Liz Tobin will be showing new works at T Street Gallery, Birmingham. T Street is officially launching its Gallery space to the public with T Street Open, an exhibition of works from Birmingham based artists. Artists include: Adam Blackburn, Emily Moya, Richard Scott, Liz Tobin, Jodie Wingham, Thomas Wynne and John Wigley.T Street is the culmination of 3 years work by Founder and Director Sevven Kucuk, who envisioned the potential of the space back in 2015. T Street was finally created in November 2018 and completed in February 2019.
15-30th March: 1.45 - 5pm | 1-11th April: Appointment only.
Please note: T Street Gallery is situated on the top floor of 55 Great Tindal Street and is only accessible by several flights of stairs.
Form Collective are proud to present the inaugural edition of Derby Photo Fringe. Running alongside FORMAT International photography festival. Based in Derby’s Eagle Centre Market, Derby Photo Fringe brings together exhibitions, workshops and events from emerging artists, collectives and established practitioners, for a month-long celebration of contemporary photography. East meets West are artists from the Midlands who have been working in partnership with Grain and Format Festival; Contrast presents work from a diverse group of young photographic artists and The Invisible In-between looks at Ireland’s border in the uncertainty of Brexit, while Form Collective will present a playful experimentation of shared authorship. More information Here.
We are super excited to announce our six Open Call winners: Tee Chandler, Nilupa Yasmin, Adam Neal, Kathy Anna Lim, Haley Morris-Cafiero & Anna Farley
After receiving a raft of brilliant submissions, we chose these six individuals due to the strength of the work and their commitment to working collectively with Form. The six selected artists were invited to join Form and take part in a crit session with curator Camila Brown in Derby, where we each presented our work and contributed to how to curator the work together.
All six will be presenting work alongside Form Collective at Derby Fringe. More exciting news about this to come shortly!
To mark 100 years since some women achieved the right to vote, an all-female photography initiative has created new portraits of the UK’s women MPs, shot exclusively by women photographers. FORM Collective members, Becky Warnock and Joanne Coates created original portraits of selected MPs as part of this important initiative. These will be displayed in a free public exhibition at Liverpool’s Open Eye Gallery, opening 28th February.
‘209 Women’ is a national artist-led project to celebrate the centenary of women’s suffrage and champion the visibility of women, particularly in environments that are still largely male-dominated. A collective of 209 women photographers from all across the UK has formed, volunteering their time to make and mark history.
The exhibition launched in the Houses of Parliament on December 14, 100 years to the day since the first women voted in a UK general election. There will be a public opening event for its launch at Open Eye Gallery on 28th February at 6PM, and the free exhibition will run until 14th April.
Our very own Cath Stanley has been working hard to create a brand new photography network - Landform. Developed to promote and support the work of female landscape photographers. Through social media, meet ups at various locations around the UK, photowalks, portfolio/work reviews, workshops and possible exhibitions, Landform aims to support others in their practice and engagement with landscape. Bringing female photographers together, of all levels and abilities, Cath wants to encourage a supportive group, to share good practice
and skills, whilst exploring new areas within the landscape as a group.
Cath has been chatting with Photograd about what motivated her to start Landform and how you too can get in involved.
Article: Introducing Landform
HERE AND NOW is an exploration of wellbeing and experience through writing,
photography and creativity between local people, poet, Pauline Rowe and
photographer and Form Collective member Becky Warnock and Robert Parkinson.
The exhibition is takes place at:
Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool
20th - 23rd February
10am - 5pm
Launch night is 19th February
6pm - 8pm
The project is
delivered and supported by Open Eye Gallery, North End Writers and
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.
We are very excited to announce that FORM have secured Arts Council funding to produce a Fringe to FORMAT International Photography Festival in March.
We are looking for artists with work in progress who would like to collaborate with us to produce an exhibition for the Fringe, with support from @metroimaging, @photofusionuk, @grain_projects and @redeyetpn. For the full open call and submission requirements head to our OPEN CALL page.
Deadline for submissions is Sunday 24th February at 10am, we look forward to seeing your work!
Funded by @aceagrams
Form Collective are showcasing our current work-in-process projects on Telegram Gallery’s Instagram this week. Telegram is a non profit gallery and small press supporting emerging painters, photographers and printmakers.
Very much aligned to the ethos of Form and ideas of flux and process - Telegram Gallery began holding exhibitions in borrowed spaces in London back in 2014 in protest against the rising cost of rents. Now the gallery operates mostly online. Check out their instagram HERE.