The glory of photography exhibitions or collections.
Sometimes the reality of photography is big, tangible, and physically dramatic –
here is space, place, and the presence of the image.
- Seeing women in Oxford’s photography sceneSometimes conversations with photography coalesce in a place: an exhibition here, a commission there, a publication to seal the moment. For me, this has recently happened in Oxford. Earlier this […]
- Pastiche Mass with Mark DeanOn a Thursday in Lent, I found myself at Chelsea College of Art, in their Banqueting Hall, for an evening performance/service by Mark Dean, Pastiche Mass. Supported in his position […]
- Good News : David LaChapelle’s photo-gospelCatching the last days of this exhibition at the Groninger Museum in the Netherlands, I went to see David LaChapelle’s Good News for Modern Man in October this year. Not […]
- Female Photographers Al Fresco in FranceA brief holiday review here, with the chance discovery of the Festival Pil’Ours in France: an outdoor, multi-site exhibition of work by ten female documentary photographers across the region of […]
- Feminist photo lines at the Pallant House GalleryThe Pallant House Gallery is showing the touring exhibition Virginia Woolf: An Exhibition Inspired by Her Artworks, until 16th September (previously at the Tate St Ives, and continuing to the […]
- Reading between the Bible lines in Tacita Dean’s desertIt’s a commonplace to find photography and the Bible linked through particularly simple illustration: if you pick up any modern guide to the Bible, you’ll invariably find a book or […]
Bishop Otter Scholar
Observations and reflections during my time as the Bishop Otter Scholar in Chichester, employed by the Diocese of Chichester and supported by King’s College London.
- Bishop Otter Scholar: closing thoughts
- Art’s generous interface on screen
- Theology’s problematic interface on screen
- A flurry of Frith photographs
- Future forecasts for art and religion by A+C contributors
- Christmas card reflection
- Lenses on the Bible: recent article publications
- Sounds of a summer visual theology
- Pastiche Mass with Mark Dean
- A Financial Picture of Self-employment
Trinity College A-i-R
Blog about my practice when Artist in Residence at Trinity College Bristol – a college preparing those for ordination in the Church of England and Baptist churches.
- Will artists have patrons in heaven?
- A visual theology of the Kingdom
- I do like to be beside the seaside
- The Kingdom behind the scenes
- Because it’s all about the space, ’bout the space…
- 3 good reasons for hanging artwork in a corridor
- Building rockets with no fuel
- In the belly of the whale
- Everyone’s in my camera club
- Is there an eagle in this class?