The exhibition runs from November 16th – December 11th
25 South Audley Street
London W1K 2PB
11 am–7 pm
10.30 am–2 pm
The roots of popular fairy tales and folklore can be traced through time and across belief systems all over the world – Cinderella, for example, is recorded in versions from 9th century a.d China and further into the past. With each culture the heroes and heroines take on different virtues reflecting not only the storytellers take on their society, but also their individual roles in it.
This mixed media exhibition gathers together a group of international artists, all of whose work tells tales - some recounting their own stories, some interpreting stories that have had an impact on them.
Marisol Cavia, Cristina Cocullo, Emanuela Franchini, Gemma Lowe
Cat Roisetter, Iain Sharpe, Jakeline Londono
Curated by Camille Rodskjaer
The picture "meat market #2" above is part of an exhibition running at the Musée de l'Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland (08.02-20.05.2007) and it's been published in the issue n.9 of JPG magazine. http://jpgmag.com/issues/9 http://www.allphotographersnow.ch