Metro Imaging are proud to be partnering with SATORI to offer visual artists the chance to win a tailored Mentorship Award, which will support them with professional development, career direction, and industry insight.
SATORI is a creative forum to share work, thoughts, feelings, inspirations, fears, opinions and more.
Each issue begins with a simple theme and a short piece of text; together they serve as an open brief to a diverse group of contributors from a variety of different backgrounds.
SATORI Issue Three –The Issue of ‘Aesthetics’ (a set of principles concerned with the nature and appreciation of beauty) will feature over 100 pages of original content from acclaimed writers including Alison Bean, Rebecca Pearson, Pico Iyer, BJ Miller, and Ken Hollings, and an amazing selection of art and photography from Sam Copeland, Chiara Zonca, Alberrán Cabrera, and Evan D’Arpino to name but a few.
The launch event for Issue Three of SATORI will take place the Thursday 9th August 6-8 pm at The Photographers’ Gallery, 16 – 18 Ramillies Street, London W1F 7LW.
An edition of limited prints, courtesy of Metro Imaging, will be given away with the first 50 copies sold, as part of the new partnering, and the Metro x SATORI Mentorship Award will be officially announced.
To find out more about Metro Imaging x SATORI Mentorship Award, please visit metroimaging.co.uk/satori
Image ©: SATORI Issue 3 – Cover image by Sam Copeland
Sidewalk Photos, a street photography Pop-Up, will be showcasing a curated body of work from 12 highly acclaimed and recognised street photographers at 3 Street Gallery.
Consisting of 60 prints, the featured artists are Brandon Wong, Craig Whitehead, Ed Robertson, Harry W. Edmonds, Joshua K. Jackson, Mavis CW, Mo Barzegar, Sean Tucker, Sean Welch, Stuart Paton, Toby Ziff, Valerie Six.
Metro has worked closely with all artists, and organisers Joshua K. Jackson & Mavis CW, to produce their collection exhibition on Fuji digital c-type matt papers and finished in classic contemporary black wooden frames.’
The work has been commissioned by a corporate client of Sidewalk Photos, with the images being installed after the Pop-Up as a permanent office art project for their Carnaby Street headquarters.
The Pop-Up aims to promote street photography as its main objective, providing exposure for the featured artists and giving members of the public the rare opportunity to see a highly curated body of work from some of the most popular street photographers on social media today.
W H A T
A Street Photography pop-up exhibition
W H E R E
3 Carnaby Street , London W1F 9PB
W H E N
18 – 25 July, 10am – 7pm
Supporters of the NOA Award 17, a not for profit art charity Award, offering the Metro Mentorship Prize.
The Copenhagen-based collective Sara, Peter & Tobias, winners of the International Photography Award 2018, will be showing their award-winner series The Merge, at the British Journal of Photographys’ International Photography Award (BJP IPA) 2018 exhibition, opening with the PV on Thursday 12th July 2018 at TJ Boulting.
The Merge explores and visually interprets the possibility that our reality does not exist as we believe it to, but that instead, we live in a simulation. Could it be that our world is just a construct – a created illusion?
The Merge visually entertains the simulation theory. It artistically investigates what consequences supercomputers, artificial intelligence and robots have on our future society. By looking at interactions between man and machine it explores how this accelerated digitized paradigm will affect our emotional, social and moral norms.
The project employs an array of photographic tools to document human existence as we move rapidly towards a point in history where physical and digital worlds will become so intertwined, that it will be impossible to distinguish between the two. The time is now for documenting how the revolution of artificial intelligence and robotics is rapidly changing our world, real or not.
The Merge aims to debate the subject’s complexity and the images balance between realism and imagination, leaving space for multiple interpretations and engaging a dialogue with the audience about the landscape of our future: If life is a simulation, where should we look to understand the world we live in?
Private View: Thursday 12th July 2018, 6.30 – 8.30pm
Exhibition continues: 13th July – 11th August
TJ Boulting Gallery
59 RIDING HOUSE STREET
LONDON W1W 7EG
Supporting the Award for consecutive years, awarding the winner to x20 Premier Prints, plus a Lab Tour, and a Portfolio Review with Creative Director Steve McLeod.
Create your printed portrait at our usual prices and we will provide packaging, labelling and delivery to ensure a smooth Round II application process and peace of mind. See our full info below…
BESPOKE PRINTING OFFER
Come in to our Central London lab with your file and you can spend 15 minutes with one of our expert technicians. We’ll tweak your image until you’re perfectly happy, and print the file to your required size. Alternatively send your file remotely and we’ll ensure to print them optimally
Choose either Digital C-type, Fine Art Giclée or Genuine Black & White prints and we will carefully set it in a protective sleeve, label it for you and deliver it to the address specified for entries.
BESPOKE PREMIER / STANDARD PRINTS: These include Digital C-type, Giclée, Black & White. Prints “must be no larger than 1015 x 760mm and 20 kilos in weight (there are no limitations on how small a work can be).The image may be smaller than the paper size.” (See all Taylor Wessing Photography Portrait Prize 2018 T&C’s HERE).
FILE DEADLINE: last day and time of print operator appointments or to send files will be Tuesday 10th July 2018 12pm
DELIVERY: We will then Sleeve, label and deliver directly to the London judging venue for July 13th for an added £10 +VAT
BESPOKE PRINTING: More info on Bespoke (Premier and Standard) Service can be found here
TURNAROUND TIMES: Please be aware of ALL our turnaround times before placing your order on either the Bespoke or Self-Service options.
LABEL: Please make sure all your label information is correct to ensure a smooth Round 2 application process.
RETURN PRINTS: We cannot return any prints to you after they have been submitted for entry. Please contact NPG directly for more info on collecting your work.
Collaborations with Saatchi&Saatchi for different exhibitions.