Somerset House, London 17 – 21 May 2013. More
Somerset House, London
26 April – 12 May 2013.
Spectrum is proud to be sponsoring the Sony World Photography Awards, 2013. More
Spectrum is pleased to be sponsoring ‘The Last Stand’ by Marc Wilson:
‘The Last Stand’: photographed between 2010 and 2013 and currently made up of 43 images, aims to reflect the histories, stories and memories of military conflict. Marc Wilson is documenting some of the physical remnants of the Second World War on the coastlines of the British Isles and northern Europe, focusing on the military defense structures that remain and their place in the shifting landscape that surrounds them. More
6 October – 4 November 2012
Spectrum is proud to be sponsoring the 2012 Brighton Photo Biennial. From 6 October – 4 November, Brighton will be populated by free exhibitions, new commissions, events and interventions, at a host of established and more unusual venues across the city’s urban landscape. Unless supplied by the artist themselves, all printing, mounting and framing has been produced by Spectrum. More
6th October – 4th November 2012
Spectrum are excited to announce their sponsorship of the Brighton Photo Biennial 2012, the fifth edition of the acclaimed photography festival. We’ll be working closely with the BPB to ensure the best printing, mounting and framing of all works within the festival, with the possibility of a Spectrum talk on colour management and getting the best results from your files when printing. More
During 2007 – 08, British photographer Simon Roberts travelled the length and breadth of England with his family in a motorhome, photographing people playing, relaxing and revelling in the country’s richly varied landscape. Gathered together as We English, his works are an intriguing and lyrical, personal exploration of the nation.
Printed, mounted and framed by Spectrum.
Simon’s project reflects the strong heritage of British landscape and documentary photography, and the exhibition will include a complementary selection of photographs from the National Media Museum’s Collection, including works by Roger Fenton, Tony Ray Jones and John Davies. More