Posts Tagged ‘Prints’

Installation view of exhibition at Terre Verte Gallery, Cornwall

Friday, September 30th, 2016

Installation shots from my current exhibition ‘The Practice of the Wild’ at Terre Verte Gallery, Altarnun, Cornwall UK. It features four prints from the ‘Huangshan Ltd’ series, a wallpaper collage of four images from ‘Bamboo (Six Seconds)’, six prints from ‘Sixth Extinction’ and two prints from ‘Sound of Jura’.

Images and Prints available from Lensmodern

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011
Glacier d'Argentiere, Chamonix. Images and Prints available from Lensmodern

Glacier d’Argentiere, Chamonix.

I am pleased to announce that i have been invited to contribute images to Lensmodern. Lensmodern is an online photographic handling agency and library which was “conceived and created by a group of the world’s top photographers as the only marketplace appropriate for their award-winning work. Lensmodern provides the perfect environment in which to view, sample, license usage, or buy fine art prints of some of the world’s most creative photographic images.”

Selected photographs from my ‘Naked’ series are now available through Lensmodern as fine art prints or available for licensing. The ‘Naked’ series features snowscapes photographed in mountain ranges on several different continents.

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AOP Gallery – Summer Exhibition

Sunday, June 20th, 2010

AOP Gallery - Summer Exhibition

Answering a call for images with a ‘summer’ theme – not something immediately inherent in most of my work – the image above was selected for the AOP Gallery’s  Summer Exhibition which is to be held at the AOP Gallery in Shoreditch, London. The Private View is on July 29th with the exhibition running to August 11th. The show features a diverse selection of work from notable photographers such as Simon Norfolk and Tim Hetherington.

Exhibition and Private View, Kendal Mountain Film Festival

Saturday, September 12th, 2009

Exhibition and Private View, Kendal Mountain Film Festival

The Warehouse Gallery in Kendal, Cumbria, is pleased to announce an exhibition by award-winning photographer Jon Wyatt. As part of the renowned Kendal Mountain Film Festival, he will be showing editioned prints from his series entitled ‘Naked’.

Photographed in mountain ranges across Europe, Greenland and North America, the prints feature isolated figures in dramatic, winter mountain landscapes. They are alone, exposed and vulnerable (ie naked) in these extreme and primal environments.

The images stand as a howl for the preservation of these ecosystems, and have received honours in both the Prix de la Photographie, Paris and IPA Awards.

You are invited to a private view on Friday 30th October and the exhibition will run until Sunday 22nd November.

The whole series can be viewed at www.jonwyatt.co.uk/portfolio

Print display

Tuesday, December 9th, 2008

Some images that were on display in the J Sainsbury Head Office in London have been moved to the new offices of the Feelgood Centre in London EC1. In addition the treatment room is displaying one of my two metre long panoramic prints.

The ‘Naked’ series gets a makeover

Friday, November 21st, 2008

‘Naked’ is a series of images which feature solitary figures in vast mountain landscapes. So that’s ‘naked’ in the sense of being exposed and vulnerable rather than the literal sense! This series was initially published in 125 magazine in the UK with the images in colour. However, I have now converted them to black and white and toned them. Here are some examples:-

 

Skyscapes images used on glass partitions

Tuesday, November 18th, 2008

Several of my ‘skyscapes’ images have been reproduced on 3.5 metre wide glass office partitions.

Roof Unit Open Studio

Monday, November 10th, 2008

Roof Unit, our studio collective, is opening its doors as part of East London’s ‘Photomonth’. Though new work will be exhibited as prints and digital projection, this is an Open Studio rather than a exhibition – an opportunity for curious folk to come along and checkout our workspace and share a pot of tea with the photographers.

Lomo work published

Saturday, October 18th, 2008

Photographer Francois Boutemy has recently self-published a soft-back book entitled ‘Lomosexual – A Tribute to Lomo Cameras’. It features many of my images taken on a Lomo Supersampler camera – a camera with no viewfinder and four tiny lenses – and interviews with several Lomo users including myself.