I hope you're all well.
In the light of the news of my upcoming exhibitions I thought it was time for another newsletter, but before that, what have I been up to? The last time I wrote I had some work in the Athen's Photo Festival in Greece, and since then Speak My Language has appeared closer to home as part of OnPhotocopy: Displacement at 44AD in Bath (England). Other images have also even further afield, in Los Angeles (USA) and Melbourne (Australia), as part of large group installations.
In early April, the project I'm currently working on will be getting its first airing at various venues across Finistère in France. Le loup, le renard et la belette is being exhibited within the communities it has been made, in and around the mairie's offices. Individual images will be displayed in each location, bringing a little of my art into those communities. It's a further intention that the images will eventually be brought together to a single location for a more conventional exhibition, details of this are yet to be confirmed.
Further details and a selection of images can be found on the exhibition website - http://louprenardbelette.weebly.com
After this exhibition, I am planning to get back together and collaborate with the members of the [( 6 )] collective on a project that will see another exhibition (or maybe even two) in the not too distant future. The details on this are still being worked out (with Tanya Ahmed proving to be the driving force), so I'll not say to much more at this time, other than it's a really exciting prospect and we may be resorting to crowdfunding. I'll provide details of this when they're available.
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