DoBeDo is happy to announce ‘Boundaries‘, Harley Weir’s first solo exhibition at Foam in Amsterdam.
The exhibition presents a selection of Weir’s intimate photographs; mixing both her personal and commissioned work. She describes it as a ‘mix-tape’ of her work to date.
‘Boundaries’ is now open until 19th February 2017.
More info here.
2nd December 2016 – 19 February 2017
1017 DS Amsterdam
DoBeDo contributor Frank Lebon is one of eleven artists featured in Drawing A Blank, opening Wednesday 5th October 2016 at 139 Copeland Road, London.
Lebon explores the insecurity that goes with presenting his art, using mostly security guards as his subject – featuring a range of mediums including Super 8 projections, drawings and photographs.
Drawing A Blank opens on Wednesday 5th October until Sunday 9th October 2016.
DoBeDo is proud to announce Jamie Hawkesworth’s first solo exhibition, ‘A Short, Pleasurable Journey: 51 Photographs by Jamie Hawkesworth’ at Red Hook Labs in New York.
The exhibition chronicles Hawkesworth’s career exploring the genres of documentary, portrait and fashion photography. His body of work is a compilation of unexpected everyday moments, universal narratives and historical precedents.
The exhibition will feature a film from Preston Bus Station as well as an installation of unseen films taken from a recent journey to The Shetland Islands.
‘A Short, Pleasurable Journey’ opens on Friday 15th April 2016 at Red Hook Labs, Brooklyn.
15/04/16 – 24/04/16
Red Hook Labs
133-135 Imlay Street
Brooklyn, New York 11231
DoBeDo contributor Tyrone Lebon is part of the ICA Off-site: Digbeth, Birmingham exhibition opening on Friday 2nd October 2015.
The three day exhibition draws on Birmingham as a centre for creativity and a source of inspiration. Participants include Fergadelic, Tim & Barry / Just Jam, Tyrone Lebon, Ben Sansbury and Ashley Williams. Lebon’s work features a 2 projector slideshow of images shot recently in Birmingham, mixed with his own archive images.