Excited to be a part of this exhibition! If anyone is in the Plymouth area during November go and check it out!
Portraits at an Exhibition – a Collaborative Art Exhibition comes to Devonport Guildhall
PV: Monday the 11th of November from 7-9pm
Cartel Photos are once again proud to announce their continued partnership with Neil Holden at One Red Dot and Column Bakehouse and Cells at Devonport Guildhall. This exhibition shows a diverse series of portraits by our Cartel photographers and represents an insight into the world of portraiture within the specialist area of press and editorial photography.
The photographers specially selected and represented by Cartel Photos to take part in this exhibition are: Artur Tixiliski, Emma Guscott, Tom Pullen, India Whiley Morton, Chris Hoare, Celine Smith, Dominic Steinmann and Annemarie Bala.
Their work will be exhibited alongside those of Mark Doyle from Tribe magazine, Neil Holden and Alex Christaki.
For more information visit Devonport Guildhall’s website here
We look forward to seeing you at the Private View!
Honoured to have a few images selected for this exhibition in Plymouth next week, if your in the area be sure to drop by and check out the work. More great work from the Cartel team.
Outtake from a collaborative project, thank you Lucy!
See Lucy’s photographic work here: http://lucypiperphotography.com
Portrait inspired by Stephen Gill’s “Audio Portraits” http://www.stephengill.co.uk/portfolio/portfolio#id=album-5&num=content-150
The Bread With Honey
JONATHAN CHERRY: When did you last see the sunrise?
RUBEN BRULAT: About a month ago, over a sea of clouds en route from Spain to France, I was nostalgic, thinking about so many sunset encountered in the way to the East during the last year… I wanted to be heading East or anywhere for a while again.
JC: Are there any emerging artists inspiring you at the moment?
RB: Around the corner in the bazar of Marrakech there was Ahmed, a berber jewellery maker, his father and grand-father and grand-grand father have been doing this, the way he would put colors and materials together is marvellous. In Teheran I met Djawad a sculptor fo the musks. Shiao-Pin this young Chinese, that does his calligraphic work in the streets of Dali, Jory the australian sixty years old living on bee pollen and making leather shoes. Tens of those craftsmen and makers met along the roads.
JC: What is your current project all about?
RB: It’s about a few people, that meets along a year long trip by land only from Europe to the far east Asia, and if everything comes together, they abandon themselves to nature, after sharing a path for a while, for then saying goodbye to each other, often, for ever… And now it is over, so I work on a book with Elena Gallen about that travel. It is exciting.
JC: Where are you currently living and how is it shaping you?
RB: I like having no place to stay, more close to a nomadic lifestyle, the essentials in the backpack, but of course I settle for few months here and there sometimes, now I am in Barcelona.
JC: One piece of advice to recent photography graduates?
RB: Be radical.
JC: Any big plans for 2013?
EB: Walking for a while.
JC: Favourite tree?
RB: The Rhododendron, in the Himalayan mountains.
The book ‘Sharing Paths’ is now available here, and it is great !
Get it !
Ian Teh’s Traces series
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