Posts tagged SALA
RRP: Work From the Light Gallery Committee

rrp_invitation_finaleditThis exhibition showcases work by the devoted team of volunteers who ensure the smooth running of The Light Gallery, a space dedicated to the medium of photography.

Every couple of years this ragtag bunch have the tables turned on us, and we put on our own show. Each one of us has put our heart and soul into making some really cool work.

You can expect to see a broad range of techniques and concepts. Old school tintypes (expertly crafted), urban triptychs, layered transparencies, investigations of what 'value' is, commentary on gender and culture, modern landscapes, and a pop-art throwback.

Finally, why RRP? It's a comment on the commodification of art, including photography, which we love and treasure. Or maybe it's a subliminal cue to make you buy art.

Join us on Friday 5 September from 6pm to find out.

When:Friday 5 September to Saturday 4 October
Where: The Light Gallery, 138 Richmond Road, Marleston, SACost: $0

For more information, click here.

Atkins are proud supporters of the Light Gallery and the Centre for Creative Photography.

LIGHT is opening.

Atkins LIGHT Invitation 03 In 2011, we approached our clients to put together a joint exhibition that could travel to one of Australia’s most important art festivals. By 2013, we were ready for the Ballarat International Foto Biennale (BIFB).

For the BIFB we staged the successful DARK exhibition, drawing a lot of interest with a strong collection. From this showing, the idea was cemented, and for some members, the first rung in the ladder was struck on their climb as exhibiting photographers.

Upon returning from the BIFB, the show had jagged the attention of the Adelaide Town Hall, who were just transitioning a space into a dedicated public art venue. DARK was enlarged allowing all artists to submit more work, and rehung for several months, in this remarkable space.

From this success, we made the call to be a part of the 2014 Shimmer Photographic Festival here in South Australia's Southern Vales. Our new show is called LIGHT, and it is being held at the Red Poles Gallery.

We cherish our involvement with artists in photography. It’s become a passion for all parts of our business. We are a pro lab, so we deal with many businesses, dealing with artists is a different experience. However, for us, we are in the business of building relationships. We don’t just print the work, we want to know the intention of the artist, their vision, and we will not rest until it is achieved to the highest level of perfection. We are proud to present this collective of Adelaide Photographic Artists. Each one has a fascinating story, each one on their own journey.

Why LIGHT?

More than any definition of the word, it is the feeling that impresses me. When I think of "light", I feel the warmth of a morning sunrise reaching into my bones, filling me with energy. It is that fullness that I enjoy so much.

Of course without light, there is nothing to see, and certainly no photographs. But "light" here in the exhibition title, is the story of this energy, how it moves us, how it fools us, how it fills us, how it is our everything.

Where: Red Poles Gallery. McMurtrie Road, McLaren Vale SA When: Opening, Saturday August 30 2014 at 3pm. Then through until October 12th Cost: Free

LIGHT has been reviewed by Haydn Radford of Weekend Notes: http://www.weekendnotes.com/light-photographic-exhibition-atkins-adelaide-photographic-artists/

Kent Town Connected

Pam Anders LKWSWsheds F150

Two artists, two hundred views (at least!).

As a result of a collaboration between Atkins and the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters, Sam Oster was engaged to mentor two students of photography from Marden Senior College, Pam Anders and Krystal Hayden, and together produce a story of Kent Town.

The resulting exhibtion will be hung at Atkins for the 2014 SALA Festival.

Exhibition opening: Friday August 15th 6-9pm, and runs to September 19th 2014.

Link to Exhibtion flyer Link to SALA 2014

To keep updated with other SALA shows we are involved with, click here.

SALA is open at Atkins

Marc Bowden's Paeonia Invite We are very proud to be hosting Marc Bowden's Paeonia this evening as our first SALA show for 2014.

Marc's most recent work looks closely at our relationship to flowers and their true and implied purpose. The work is visually beautiful and fills our recently renovated front space with colour.

Marc's show runs from July 18th to August 14th 2014, with a private opening Friday July 18th at 6pm.

Link to Marc's website: http://www.marcdbowden.com/exhibitions/

Link to SALA 2014: http://www.salainc.com.au

SALA 2012

Have you thought of exhibiting in the South Australian Living Artists (SALA) festival? SALA is huge, it is a great opportunity to bring your art to the world, ideal for first time exhibitors and experienced alike. August will see hundreds of South Australian artists showing in venues all around SA. Galleries, cafés and wineries, offices, shops, public spaces will be flooded with visitors doing the art tour that has become a fixture in the calendar.

Register now to exhibit, it closes in 2 weeks.

More about SALA 2012 - Click here. Want to register? - Click here. Need a venue? - Click here.

Do you need help from AtkinsTechnicolour to stage your exhibition?  - Contact Paul Atkins