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EVENTUALLY EVERYTHING CONNECTS

 

May 2015, Solent Showcase, Southampton UK

 

Curated by Kate Maple

 

Artists: Mandy Lee Jandrell and Melanie Stidolph

 

Over the course of their careers, both artists have used photography as a way to explore ideas around aesthetics and the cultural production of meaning. In this exhibition the artists question their relationship to the camera and the printed image through multiple approaches.

 

‘Eventually Everything Connects’ has arisen from conversations between the artists over the last eight years. In both cases their practice has shifted from a close alliance to a reading of photographs through the singular image to an overlapping of interrupted scenes and forms.

 

Over time, the artists have developed a way of interrogating one another’s practice, as well as articulating and questioning each other’s ideas and experimental outcomes. Both share a desire to unsettle their existing ways of working and disrupt the coherence of the image.

 

In developing this exhibition the artists hope that the works will continue their conversation and forge new ways of encountering the photographic image.

 

There will be an opportunity to meet the artists on Saturday 6 June from 2.00-5.00pm at the Solent Showcase Gallery.

 

The exhibition will be accompanied by a publication based on an interview and image exchange between the two artists, a culmination of ideas discussed on a blog at http://connectseverything.tumblr.com/

 

http://official.blog.solent.ac.uk/press-releases/eventually-everything-connects/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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MOVIMIENTO (ASSOCIATION OF URBAN PHOTOGRAPHERS)

 

February 2015, Bogota Arte Contemporaneo, Bogota, Colombia

 

Participating artists: Anastassios Kavassis, Beatriz Veliz Argueta, David Jackson ,David Kendall ,Diego Ferrari ,Galit Seligmann ,Gesche Wurfel ,Isidro Ramirez ,Johannes Rigal, Katya Demidova, Kyler Zeleny, Laura Cuch, Lene Hald, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Manuel Vázquez, Michael Frank, Nora Alissa, Orly Zailer, Paul Halliday, Peter Coles, Rachel Sarah Jones, Rebecca Locke, Santiago Escobar-Jaramillo, Sayed Hasan, Simon Rowe, Vrinda Seksaria, Yanina Shevchenko, Yanni Eleftherakos

 

http://bogotartecontemporaneo.com/2014/11/10/anteriores-past/

 

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ITCH

 

ISSUE 13: DECEPTION

 

Published 3 November, 2014 Edited by Elan Gamaker

 

Mandy Lee Jandrell ‘To Landscape’

 

http://www.itch.co.za/submissions/to-landscape

 

 

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MOVEMENT (ASSOCIATION OF URBAN PHOTOGRAPHERS)

 

27 October- 16 November 2014, Silverprint Gallery, London, UK

 

Participating artists: Anastassios Kavassis, Beatriz Veliz Argueta, David Jackson ,David Kendall ,Diego Ferrari ,Galit Seligmann ,Gesche Wurfel ,Isidro Ramirez ,Johannes Rigal, Katya Demidova, Kyler Zeleny, Laura Cuch, Lene Hald, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Manuel Vázquez, Michael Frank, Nora Alissa, Orly Zailer, Paul Halliday, Peter Coles, Rachel Sarah Jones, Rebecca Locke, Santiago Escobar-Jaramillo, Sayed Hasan, Simon Rowe, Vrinda Seksaria, Yanina Shevchenko, Yanni Eleftherakos

 

This exhibition is part of Urban Photo Fest in association with Goldsmiths, University of London and Tate Britain.

 

http://www.urbanphotofest.org/movement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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/SECONDS

 

11 October- 10 December 2014, Sharjah Art Foundation, United Arab Emirates

 

Participating Artists: Abdullah Al Saadi, Emily Allchurch, Conrad Atkinson, Fabienne Audéoud, George Bolster, Tony Chakar, Elizabeth Chadwick, Gordon Cheung, Ami Clarke, Stephen Clarke, Judith Cowan, Roger Cremers, Myriam Custers, Shezad Dawood, Sean Dower, Milena Dragicevic, Thomas Draschan, Alan Dunn, Paul Eachus, Laura Emsley, Al Fadhil, Nooshin Farhid, Anna Faushauer, David Ferry, Damian Flores Cortes, Peter Fillingham, Leo Fitzmaurice, Alison Gill, Margarita Gluzberg, Alex Hamilton, Margaret Harrison, Laura Hatry, Dan Hays, Taraneh Hemami, Aaron Hobson, Janet Hodgson, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Mohammed Kazem, Peter Kennard, Uta Kögelsberger, Karen Knorr, Colm Lally, Thaniel Lee, Liliane Lijn, Rut Blees Luxemburg, David Mabb, Ruth Maclennan, Melanie Manchot, Kito Mbiango, Makiko Nagaya, Adam Nankervis, Warren Neidich, Guillaume Paris, Nada Prlja, Annie Ratti, Cullinan Richards, Graziella Rizkallah Toufic, Giorgio Sadotti, Hilary Koob-Sassen, Edgar Schmitz, Hassan Sharif, Lisa Stansbie, Sergei Sviatchenko, Jalal Toufic, Rob Voerman, Jonathan Whitehall, Cindy Wright, Takayuki Yamamoto.

 

Curated by Peter Lewis

 

http://www.sharjahart.org/exhibitions-events/current-upcoming-events/seconds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BRIGHTON PHOTO FRINGE OPEN14

 

4 October – 2 November 2014, Victoria Gardens, Brighton, UK

 

Participating artists: Mandy Lee Jandrell, Max Colson, Elisavet Kalpaxi, Andrea Grützner

 

Curated by: Clare Bennet, Edwin Coomasaru and Ali Farmer

 

http://www.photofringe.org/bpf14/open14-outdoor-exhibition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PORT PERSPECTIVES

 

17 October- 9 November 2013, Solent Showcase Gallery, Southampton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SALON PHOTO PRIZE

 

4-26 February 2011, Matt Roberts Arts, London

 

http://www.salonartprize.com/spp_about.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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RHIZOMATIC

 

8 October 2010- 12 November 2010, Departure Gallery, London, CURATED BY LOUISE ASHCROFT

 

For further information: www.departuregallery.com

 

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MOOIMARK SHOW III

 

17 April- 29 May 2010 , Galerie Weisser Elefant, Berlin

 

Curated by Spunk Seipel

 

Paricipating Artists: Malte Brants, Francis Burger, Kathrine Bull, Sebastian Charilaou, Abrie Fourie, Douglas Gimberg, Dan Halter, Irène Hug, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Takuro Kotako, Katrin Plavcak, Benedikt Rubey, Dathini Mziyiya, Christian Nerf, Manelesi Nobuntu, Lisl Ponger, Guy Tillim, Lebo Tlali, Spunk Seipel, Ntombikayse Silongo, Kathryn Smith, Hugh Upsher, James Webb, Barend de Wett

 

http://mooimarkshow.de/pages/mooi3.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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THE ART OF HIP-OK-RISY

 

12-14 March 2010, Mayor’s and City of London Court

 

CURATED BY MARIA NICOLACOPOULOU

 

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: OLIVER CLEGG/ RICHARD DYER/ DOUG FISHBONE/ MANDY LEE JANDRELL/ CHRIS KENNY/ MARIA MARSHALL/ GIDEON RUBIN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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TERRITORY: PHOTOGRAPHY OPEN 2009

 

30 September-11 November 2009, Otter Gallery, University of Chichester

 

For further information see: www.chi.ac.uk/ottergallery

 

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GUEST PROJECTS COLLECTION

 

17 September 2009, Open by appointment only until 15th October

For appointments: 07881816429 or info@guestprojects.com

 

Yinka Shonibare’s Space, London

 

CURATED BY CLEO ROBERTS

 

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: REZA ARAMESH/ KATHERINE ARIENELLO/ SARAH BAKER/ ELLEN CANTOR/ NEIL HAMON/ MANDY LEE JANDRELL/ CHARLOTTE PLAYER/ BJORN VENO/ ZOE WALKER & NEIL BROMWICH/ MARY YACOOB/ NEIL ZAKIEWICZ

 

For further information see: http://www.guestprojects.com/current/first-exhibition/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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FOTOFESTIVAL MANNHEIM: TOTALE ERINNERUNG – BLOG 3D

 

5 September – 25 October 2009, Alter Messplatz, Mannheim, Germany

 

CURATED BY VVORK

 

Participating artists: Mathieu Bernard-Reymond, Broc Blegen, Catrin Bolt , Luchezar Boyadjiev, Candice Breitz, Olaf Breuning, Mauren Brodbeck, The Bruce High Quality Foundation, Paolo Chiasera, Citizens Association “Rocky Balboa” Žitište, Lenka Clayton, Gerad Coles, Dainis Derics, Marjolijn Dijkman, Harm van den Dorpel , Michael Elmgreen & Ingar Dragset, Amel Emric, Leo Fabrizio, Lise Gagne, Cyprien Gaillard, Hayley Grimes, Simon Hardy, Pablo Hare, Joel Holmberg, William Hundley, Iman Issa, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Pete Johns, Jan Kempenaers, Kernbeißer, Lanica Klein, Shaan Kokin, Timur Kulgarin, Tomaz Levstek, Miguel Luciano, Ives Maes, Kelly Mark, Brett Matthews, Juan Monino, Mark Ollerenshaw, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Lauris Paulus, Kevin Phelan, Sarah Pickering, Wang Qingsong, Bernadette Rafferty, Karla Vanessa Redor, Amanda Richards, Thomas Ruellan, Pascual Sisto, Simon Smyth, Mohammed Tawfeeq, Anetta Mona Chisa & Lucia Tkacova, Guy Tillim, Rijel Violet, Drazen Vukelic, Chris Wiley

 

The Internet blog is perhaps the most popular contemporary form of collecting images based on the ease of sharing data—the “same” picture or the “same” video can be used time and again in a variety of ways within the context of a blog. A blog is a global image archive for a private community of interests. Completely different images are presented within the blog in a uniform format, and it is this succession of images, the visual chain of association, that accounts for their charm. The blog reacts to the variety and torrent of images by means of this formatting. We invited the bloggers on vvork to show a collection of images in the form of an installation in public space, thus creating a walk-in, three-dimensional blog on the Alter Meßplatz in Mannheim.

 

For further information see:

 

http://www.fotofestival.info/en/exhibitions/

 

http://www.vvork.com/?page_id=17158

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SING INTO MY MOUTH

 

5 MAY- 23 MAY 2009, Whatiftheworld Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

 

CURATED BY JULIA ROSA CLARK

 

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: BRIDGET BAKER/ EMMA COLEMAN/ SUE CLARK/ TOM CULLBERG/ ANJA DE KLERK/ BAREND DE WET/ PETER EASTMAN/ TEBOHO EDKINS/ GUS FERGUSON/ GIMBERG & NERF/ DOUGLAS GIMBERG/ MATTHEW HINDLEY/ PITER HUGO/ MANDY LEE JANDRELL/ JOHN NANKIN/ SARAH NANKIN/ HEATH NASH/ CAMERON PLATTER/ ANDREW PUTTER/ GREGG SMITH/ DOREEN SOUTHWOOD/ JAMES WEBB/ ED YOUNG/

 

Sing Into My Mouth* takes as its curatorial lead one established by Tacita Dean in her exhibition, An Aside. Resisting establishing a clear thematic curatorial framework, Dean embarked on a period of non-linear meanderings, guided by idiosyncratic interests, chance, association and coincidence to a set of works that make up the final whole – a process not unlike that used in her own art production.

 

Like Dean, Julia Rosa Clark has followed a series of disparate clues and eccentric threads on her unknown route to the final proposition. The culmination is a group exhibition of selected artworks and a free printed booklet – the curator’s anecdotal writing about the works on view.

 

Sing Into My Mouth includes enquiries into the nature of intimacy, desire, influence, exchange, memory/ false memory, self, autobiography, interpretation, poetics, contingency, dormancy and resurrection.

 

For further information see:

 

http://www.whatiftheworld.com/exhibitions/2009/05/05/sing-into-my-mouth/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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THE TROPICS: VIEWS FROM THE MIDDLE OF THE GLOBE

 

1 April – 14 June 2009, Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town

 

PILAR ALBARRACIN/ MARCOS CHAVES/ WALMOR CORREA/ DASPU/ THEO ESHETU/ CANDIDA HOFER/ MANDY LEE JANDRELL/ DING Q. LE/ MARCEL ODENBACH/ VONG PHAOPHANIT/ CAIO REISEWITZ/ TRACEY ROSE/ HANS CHRISTIAN SCHINK/ FIONA TAN/ GUY TILLIM/ DAVID ZINK YI

 

INCLUDING PRE- MODERN WORKS FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE STAATLICHE MUSEEN ZU BERLIN- ETHNOLOGISCHES MUSEUM

 

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Paradise, or unpredictable, menacing jungle, escape or place of damnation? This exhibition investigates the myth of “the tropics” through the juxtaposition of contemporary and pre-modern artworks. Contemporary artistic involvement with the myth of “the tropics” is juxtaposed with historical objects from the geographically defined belt of the tropics.Curated by Prof Dr Viola König, Dr Peter Junge and Alfons Hug, and brought to the Iziko South African National Gallery by the Goethe-Institute, this exhibition will, for the first time, show rare pre-modern art from the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Ethnologisches Museum, in South Africa. Exhibits from Africa, Asia, Oceania and tropical America on loan from the Ethnologisches Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin − some of the most important worldwide − enter into a dialogue with the works of 15 contemporary artists from Germany, Spain, Brazil, Great Britain, Vietnam, Indonesia, Peru and South Africa.

 

With the exhibition at Iziko South African National Gallery from Wednesday 1 April until Sunday 14 June 2009 (Tuesdays to Sundays 10:00 until 17:00), it is the first time that artefacts from the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin’s collection are being shown in sub-Saharan Africa. The Tropics: Views from the Middle of the Globe has in an extended version been presented in Brasilia, Rio de Janeiro and Berlin. It was hugely acclaimed and in Brazil alone more than half a million visitors came to see the show.

 

The exhibition is accompanied by a cultural programme of Iziko South African National Gallery as well as the Goethe-Institut.

 

The exhibition The Tropics: Views from the Middle of the Globe is a joint project of the Goethe-Institut and the Ethnologisches Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin and was funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation.

 

For further information see:

 

www.iziko.org.za

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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EDGE OF A DREAM (SYMPOSIUM)

 

Saturday 31 January 2009, Goldsmiths College, New Cross, London SE14

 

ARTISTS: SIMRYN GILL/ MANDY LEE JANDRELL/ VIRGINIA NIMARKOH/ DAVID SPERO

 

WRITERS: ANTHONY ILES/ KATE SOPER/ JOHN WOOD

 

Edge of a Dream is a research project looking at contrasting ideas of utopia in recent landscape photography, in the context of global capitalism. The project considers how such photography might contest received ideas of property, community, location and beauty, etc.

 

Photography by artists Simryn Gill, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Virginia Nimarkoh and David Spero provides the catalyst for new writing by Anthony Iles, Kate Soper and John Wood.

 

Edge of a Dream involved a series of seminars held at Camberwell College of Arts and Goldsmiths during 2008 and 2009. Research from the project will culminate in a book to be published in 2009, with an introductory text by Paul Halliday.

 

Camberwell College of Arts Research Office and the Department of Design, Goldsmiths have supported this project. Edge of a Dream is a research project led by Virginia Nimarkoh.

 

For information on the project and forthcoming publication see:

 

www.edgeofadream.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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THREE BY THREE

 

7-31 August 2008, Yinka Shonibare’s Studio, Sunbury House, 1 Andrews Road, London E8

 

LEWIS AMAR/MARK BELDAN/ BRIAN DAWN CHALKLEY/ NEIL HAMON/ CHRIS JONES/ MANDY LEE JANDRELL/ NEIL PORTER/ JANE THURLEY/ ALEX ZIKA

 

The short term series of exhibitions will run every other month. Three selectors will be asked to choose three artists. The exhibition is an open process without a general theme; selectors will simply include the art they like. Selectors for this exhibition include: Ann Marie Pena, Reza Aramesh and Ian Monroe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ALASKA MAGAZINE

 

Spring/Summer 2008  Eds: Montabonel, Bennet, Miyachi, Woolls, Published by Black Milk

 

Mandy Lee Jandrell “Eidyllion” series published over 6 pages.

 

www.alaskamagazine-online.com

 

Limited numbered edition, available for sale in London at: Magma, Photographer’s Gallery, Koenig Books at The Serpentine, Claire De Rouen Bookshops.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CHANGING SPACES

 

16 May- 21 June 2008, Photofusion Gallery, London, UK

 

LAURA BRAUN/ SIMON ROWE / MANDY LEE JANDRELL/ ISIDRO RAMIREZ/ GREGOR STEPHAN

 

Changing Spaces brings together five photographers whose work addresses the changing nature of urban space. The exhibition reflects on a range of visual styles, narratives and research methodologies drawing on documentary, fine art and landscape practices, in order to investigate how urban space is constructed through the perceptions, intuitions and apperceptions of the visual artist located within, and responding to the city.

 

Website:

 

www.photofusion.org

 

Catalogues available for sale at:

 

http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/243648

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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URBAN ENCOUNTERS CONFERENCE

 

16-17 May 2008, Goldsmiths College, London, UK

 

This two-day conference at Goldsmiths, University of London, will bring together international photographers, artists and academics researching the city. The speakers reflect an interdisciplinary range of photographic, theoretical and research areas, and through six panels will explore the nature of past and contemporary photographic approaches to the representation and evocation of city life. The theme of ‘the encounter’ is explored, not only in the way photographers experience the city, but also through discursive encounters between urban social science and visual practice. There is an associated exhibition, photographic workshop and curated urban walks programme co-ordinated by Photofusion and the Centre for Urban and Community Research (CUCR)

 

Website:

 

http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/cucr/urban-encounters/

 

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LATITUDE (NEW YORK)

 

14 March-16 April 2008, NYCAMS GALLERY , New York

 

Curated by Andréa Stanislav, Isha Bøhling

 

LATITUDE  London • Minneapolis • New York City — a traveling and transformative group show drawn equally from the international cities of Minneapolis/London/NYC in which artists interact with each other’s work and each new exhibition space, to evolve over space and time in exhibitions in London, Minneapolis and New York City.

 

The work evolves with each new location/space. Common themes occur through convergence, global exchange, fake vs. real, mutating identities, urban history, and trans-local existence — a dialogue emerges between the artists from all three cities that illuminates their migrating relationships and their interactions with each exhibition space.

 

London: Sarah Baker, Diann Bauer, Isha Bøhling, Matt Franks, Neil Hamon, Andy Hsu, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Sharone Lifshitz

 

Minneapolis: Ryan Chamberlain, Katinka Galanos, Suzy Greenberg, Abinada Meza, Liz Miller, Kristin Peterson, Andréa Stanislav, Erik Ullanderson, Marc Willhite, Rosemary Williams

 

New York City: Daniel Bouthot and Christopher K. Ho, Blane de St Croix, Cli

 

 

 

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RECLAIMED

 

4 August- 15 September 2007, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-sea, UK

 

ROGER HOPGOOD / MANDY LEE JANDRELL/ PETER OETZMANN, JUNG-A YANG

 

This exhibition brings together the work of four photographers who each, through the use of fictionalised rural scenes and backdrops, explore contemporary notions of landscape and our relationship to the natural world. From different cultural perpectives all of the artists examine our romanticised view of landscape, questioning our gap between our perceptions and the real. The works also highlight the duality of our desire to surround ourselves with depictions of nature whilst the reality is constantly eroded around us.

 

Website: www.focalpoint.org.uk

 

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MAKE IT A BETTER PLACE

 

12 April – 27 April 2007, Holden Gallery, Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK

 

Curated by Dinu Li

 

OREET ASHERY/ GUISEPPE DIBELLA/ MANDY LEE JANDRELL/ MARGARETA KERN

 

Make it a Better Place introduces the work of 4 UK artists, diverse not only in their background, but in their approaches and attitudes to their practice. Their individual projects are brought together to reflect on the concept of democracy, and how this thought provoking term is interpreted in today’s society.

 

Encompassing photography, video and installation, the selected artists offer a survey of compelling, challenging and sometimes controversial interpretations into the multi-faceted manifestations of democracy, its uses as a vehicle and the associated by-products attached to it.

 

From images of village communities in defiance to images of torture and humiliation, from young Bosnian girls in graduation dresses to the idyllic world of international themed parks, Make it a Better Place features artists pushing the boundaries of the photographic image. At the core, is the most fundamental of questions, is democracy always a good thing?

 

http://www.holdengallery.mmu.ac.uk/makeitabetterplace

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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GREEN

 

23 March – 25 April 2007, The Capitol, Horsham, West Sussex, UK

 

Exhibition and Project co-ordinated by the Winchester Gallery

 

Co-ordinated by the Winchester Gallery, this touring exhibition of photographs by Mandy Lee Jandrell is shown with work done by participants of workshops in West Sussex. These workshops were led by Mandy Lee Jandrell, exploring “Green” through photographic and collage processes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PLAT(T)FORM 07

 

27 January-28 January 2007, Fotomuseum, Winterthur, Switzerland

 

Selected artists and photographers were invited to present their work to a panel of experts and the public over a 2 day event at the Fotomuseum. Participants for 2007 included:

Joonas Ahlava (FIN); Amberg & Thüring, Lena Thüring & Annette Amberg (CH); Enrico Benvenuti (I); Theresia Bråkenhielm (S); Andrea Diefenbach (D); Laure Donzé (CH); Katarina Elvén (S); Marcin Filipowicz (PL); Joel Wellington Fisher (USA); Marie Gerlach (D); Oran Hoffmann (NL); Nicolai Howalt & Trine Sondergaard (DK); Mandy Lee Jandrell (GB); Florian Joye (CH); Christina Leithe Hansen (S); Frederic Lezmi (D); Anastasia Khoroshilova (RUS); Ernst Koslitsch (A); Eva-Fiore Kovacovsky (NL/CH); Paul Kranzler (A); Astrid Kruse Jensen (DK); Cathérine Lommée (B); Moira Lovell (GB); Brigitte Lustenberger (CH); Jan Mammey (D); Marcello Mariana (I); Fabian Marti (CH); Pol Matthé (B); Brigida Mendes (GB); Lukas Mettler (CH); Anne Morgenstern (CH); Santiago Mostyn (GB); Fabio Pirovino (CH); RCC Rotterdam Cologne Connection / Verena Löwenhaupt, Nina Poppe, Bob van der Vlist (NL/D); Fiona Rukschcio (A); Daniel Sannwald (B); Thyra Schmidt (D); Myne Søe-Pedersen (D); Aram Tanis (NL); Rob van der Nol (NL); Marianne Bruun Vierø (NL); Pernilla Zetterman (S)

 

Website: www.fotomuseum.ch

 

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LATITUDE (LONDON)

 

11 January 2007 – 13 February 2007, Fieldgate Gallery, London, UK

 

Curated by Andréa Stanislav, Isha Bøhling, Patricia Healy McMeans

 

LATITUDE  London • Minneapolis • New York City — a traveling and transformative group show drawn equally from the international cities of Minneapolis/London/NYC in which artists interact with each other’s work and each new exhibition space, to evolve over space and time in exhibitions in London, Minneapolis and New York City.

 

LATITUDE at Fieldgate Gallery in London opens on January 11th, 2007 through February 13th, 2007 and is the second stage of a transactional journey which premiered to record breaking attendance and considerable press attention as 8X8X8 LON/MSP/NYC at the Soap Factory in Minneapolis, Minnesota and which concludes in New York City in 2008.

 

The work evolves with each new location/space. Common themes occur through convergence, global exchange, fake vs. real, mutating identities, urban history, and trans-local existence — a dialogue emerges between the artists from all three cities that illuminates their migrating relationships and their interactions with each exhibition space.

 

London: Sarah Baker, Diann Bauer, Isha Bøhling, Matt Franks, Neil Hamon, Andy Hsu, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Sharone Lifshitz

 

Minneapolis: Ryan Chamberlain, Katinka Galanos, Suzy Greenberg, Abinada Meza, Liz Miller, Kristin Peterson, Andréa Stanislav, Erik Ullanderson, Marc Willhite, Rosemary Williams

 

New York City: Daniel Bouthot and Christopher K. Ho, Blane de St Croix, Clive Murphy, Erika Harrsch, Emily Lutzer, Diana Shpungin, Nicole Tschampel, Erika Yeomans, Michael Zansky

 

For more info www.fieldgategallery.com or email fieldgategallery(at)googlemail.com

 

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PARKLIFE (ZOO ART FAIR)

 

6 October – 29 October 2006, BEARSPACE at ZOO ART FAIR, UK

 

PAUL CATON/NEIL ZAKIEWICZ/MANDY LEE JANDRELL/KOUNOSUKE KAWAKAMI/FLAVIA MULLER MEDEIROS/NATASHA KISSEL/TOSHIE TAKEUSHI/CHRISTOPHER PAQUET

 

BEARSPACE will be showcasing PARKLIFE, a selection of artists form the BEARSPACE program. Please come to visit us there, tickets available now from box office, <http//:www.zooartfair.co.uk>.

‘Zoo Art Fair returns to London Zoo for its third year as one of the most significant international platforms for emerging contemporary art talent.’

 

For more info, e-mail: bearspace(at)thebear.tv

Website: www.thebear.tv/bearspace

 

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REAL, FAKE AND IMAGINED

 

6 October – 29 October 2006, PERMANENT PROJECTS at The Regency Townhouse , Brighton , UK

 

LAURA BRAUN/ MANDY LEE JANDRELL/ MELANIE STIDOLPH

 

Curated by Woodrow Kernohan

 

These emergent artists present new and previously unseen photographs that explore notions of landscape and the building of meaning around it. Playing in the beginnings of illusion, nature approaches fantasy and constructed leisure environments are exposed in their fallacy. Sited within these wonderful Regency surroundings, amidst restoration, this exhibition correlates with the traces of opulence and removed layers. ‘Real, Fake and Imagined’ is produced in association with Permanent Gallery and is curated by Woodrow Kernohan.

 

Real, Fake and Imagined will be published in the February 2007 issue of Miser and Now (published by Keith Talent Gallery) with a textual response from Clare Moloney.

 

Supported by Arts Council England

 

For more info, www.permanentgallery.com

And, www.rth.org.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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HEARING VOICES/ SEEING THINGS

 

17 September – 15 October 2006, Serpentine Gallery , London , UK

 

Hearing Voices, Seeing Things (HVST) is a two-year programme of projects and residencies with staff and service users of North East London Mental Health Trust, led by artists Bob & Roberta Smith and Jessica Voorsanger with Mel Brimfield and Sally O’Reilly, Karen Densham, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Andy Lawson and Victor Mount. The project launches with a comedy event, ‘What’s so funny?’, hosted in collaboration with MIND.

 

An exhibition is open to the public at the Leytonstone Center of Contemporary Art (LCCA) on site at the Serpentine Gallery. A fully-illustrated publication will accompany this project. Featured in September issue of Dazed and Confused magazine with accompanying photographs by Mandy Lee Jandrell.

 

For more info, www.serpentinegallery.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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NEW UTOPIA

 

1 September – 30 September 2006, BEARSPACE, London , UK

 

SARAH BAKER/JULIA ROSA CLARK/ANDY HSU/MANDY LEE JANDRELL/NICOLAS LAIZ PLACERES

 

“We are the Knights of New Utopia, in the exercise of our own sovereignty and desirous of the greatest possible degree of liberty independence, in order to form a more perfect government, establish justice, insure domestic tranquillity and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this ‘Constitution for the Principality of New Utopia.'” Constitution of the Principality of New Utopia, www.carbonfusion.com/utopia

 

New Utopia brings together a group of artists whose work reflects on the fairytale and self-fulfilling aspirations of utopian imagineers. This exhibition explores the follies of bootleggers and buccaneers, who subvert and celebrate the desire that gives rise to the vision of a purist society. Each artist separately draws on the tension between real and imaginary aspirations of those dissatisfied with their society, pinpointing the moment when vision for utopia becomes something else…

 

Mandy Lee Jandrell’s photographs from a series entitled “Eidyllion” explore landscape idylls as found within the constructed leisure environments of theme parks and zoos in various countries. Her lush images question our unblinking acceptance of idealistic visual language within the built environment. Jandrell’s work was seen on the East End Academy at The Whitechapel gallery. Based in the UK, she has exhibited extensively both locally and internationally.

 

A Limited edition numbered poster by Damien Poulain to accompany the exhibition is available from: www.damienpoulain.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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TAKE PHOTO HERE

 

Summer 2006, Fleisch Magazine (Nr4), Austria

 

Selected images from Take Photo Here and Where the Grass is Green series, showcased over 8 pages.

 

For more info, www.fleisch-magazin.at

 

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GREEN

 

10 May – 8 June 2006

 

Winchester Gallery, University of Southampton, Winchester, UK

 

An exhibition of contemporary photographic and video works in which the colour green figures prominently, with its inevitable connotations of the environment, the rural landscape, and the dubious notion of a ‘green and pleasant land’, which sits uneasily alongside questions of heritage, ownership, access and use.

 

Jandrell’s large scale photographs reflect the ‘themed’ environment increasingly popular in the UK and elsewhere. Safari parks, botanical gardens and nature trails are all part of a highly controlled rural landscape. Jandrell explores these territories across Europe and beyond to create images that are comical and curious: the rhinoceros strolling through green English parkland, or the plastic Tyrannosaurus Rex looming aggressively in the traditional green of a stately garden. These images invite us to question the cultural filters through which we view the countryside.

 

For more info, e-mail: wing(at)soton.ac.uk

 

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8x8x8 LON/MSP/NYC

 

29 April- 11 June 2006

 

The Soap Factory, Minneapolis, MN, USA

 

8x8x8 LON/MSP/NYC is a traveling exhibition of twenty-four artists drawn equally from the international cities of London, Minneapolis/St. Paul and New York. Curated by Andrea Stanislav and Patty Healy McMeans, the exhibition is premiering at The Soap Factory. The intent of the exhibition is to facilitate artistic discussion between these three cities, with three very different histories, strengthening their relationship to each other.

 

24 emerging artists from 3 cities:

(MSP) Ryan Chamberlain, Katinka Galanos, Suzy Greenberg, Abinadi Meza, Liz Miller, Kirsten Peterson, Erik Ullanderson, Marc Willhite

 

(LON) Sarah Baker, Diann Bauer, Isha Bohling, Matt Franks, Neil Hamon, Andy Hsu, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Matt O’Dell

 

(NYC) Erika Harrsch, Christopher Ho & Daniel Buthout, Emily Lutzger, Clive Murphy, Nicole Tschampel, Rosemary Williams, Erika Yeomans and Michael Zansky, Noah Klersfeld

 

For more info, visit: www.soapfactory.org

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ROYAL ACADEMY SUMMER SHOW

 

2005, Royal Academy, London, UK

 

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MOOIMARK SHOW WIEN-JOHANNESBURG

 

20 May- 18 June 2005 , Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, Austria

 

Curated by Spunk Seipel

 

Participating Artists: Hubert Dechant, Saskia Draxler, Abrie Fourie, Mathew Hindley, Hillbrow Signwriters, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Susanne Jirkuff, Friederike Klotz, Dorothee Kreutzfeldt, Santu Mofokeng, Christian Nerf, Marcus Neustetter, Katrin Plavcak, Elal Raidl und René Straub, Robin Rhode, Andrew Tshabangu, Juergen Schadeberg, Kathryn Smith, Dave Southwood, Nathaniel Stern, Guy Tillim, Gudrun F. Widlok

 

http://mooimarkshow.de/pages/mooi2.html

 

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SAFARI

 

2005, Bearspace, London

 

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LONDON NOW

 

2005, The Arts Center, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA

 

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WHERE THE GRASS IS GREEN

 

2004, Mead Gallery, University of Warwick

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CINDARELLA

 

2004, Bermondsey, London, UK

 

Curated by Trailer (Juan Bolivar and Caroline Brockbank)

 

Participating artists: Michael Ashcroft, Sarah Baker, Diann Bauer, Isha Bøhling, Juan Bolivar, Mauro Bonacina, Caroline Brockbank, Ellen Cantor, Lior Danzig, Nick Dawes, Machiko Edmondson, Doug Fishbone, Matt Franks, Lucas Golding, Matthew Gooding, Steve Green, Neil Hamon, Gerard Hemsworth, Sam Herbert, Justin Hibbs, James Hopkins, Andy Hsu, Max Hymes, Mandy Lee Jandrell,Hiroe Komai, Kirsten Lyle, Christina Niederberger, Sheena Macrae, Karl Marrow, Ian Monroe, Christopher Paquet, Lisa Pock, Pam Richardson & Kevin Smith, John Richert, Neal Rock, Dallas Seitz, Joel Tomlin, Julie Verhoeven, Richard Wathen, Beth Williams, Neil Zakiewicz

 

http://www.trailerart.net/pastSHOWS/cinderella.htm

 

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10 DOWNING STREET (GOVERNMENT ART COLLECTION)

 

2004, Government Art Collection, Westminster, London, UK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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XHIBITION

 

2004  Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich, London, UK

 

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EAST END ACADEMY

 

2004, Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DAZED AND CONFUSED

 

July 2004 , Dazed and Confused, London

 

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SNEEZE

 

2004 Arch Gallery, London, UK

 

 

 

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TAKE PHOTO HERE

 

2004 , Joao Ferreira Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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REDUCED

 

2003, Century Gallery, London, UK

 

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GODZILLA

 

2003, Islington, London, UK

 

Curated by Trailer (Juan Bolivar and Caroline Brockbank)

 

Participating artists: Jo Addison, Fabio Almeida & Julie Verhoeven, Sarah Baker, Jonnie Bassett, Isha Bøhling, Juan Bolivar, Mauro Bonacina, Caroline Brockbank, John Chilver, Nick Dawes, Gerard Hemsworth, Clare Gasson, Lucas Golding, Mathew Gooding, Kate Grieve, Neil Hamon, Sam Herbert, Gunther Herbst, Justin Hibbs, Andy Hsu, Max Hymes, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Hiroe Komai, Hattie Lee, Georgina McNamara, Ian Monroe, Christina Niederberger, Mirja Okansen, Christopher Paquet, Pam Richardson & Kevin Smith, John Richert, Greg Rook, Dallas Seitz, Brent Stewart, Michael Stubbs, Richard Wathen, Leon Woolls, Neil Zakiewicz

 

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http://www.trailerart.net/pastSHOWS/godzilla.htm