Yesterday afternoon saw a group of people ranging from those who had grown up in a prefab and had fond memories to share, those whose parents lived in a prefab, as well as those who just found these “temporary” steel bungalows interesting. Read More...

Come along on to the Photofusion gallery at 2pm on Tuesday 30 July for a relaxed and informal exhibition tour experience. Hear Elisabeth Blanchet talk about her photographic exhibition on post-war prefab estates, whilst enjoying some tea and cake! Read More...

Photofusion Member Dafna Talmor will be completing a one-week residency at The Old Lookout Gallery. To help cover her residency costs Dafna is holding a fundraising raffle of her work… Read More...

This year the book market started off with a bang, situated at the top four levels of a disused car park in Peckham which is also home to Bold Tendencies and Franks Cafe which are only open during the summer months. Review by Sophie Stafford Read More...

One of our Photofusion members Sabera Bham is taking part in a group show at Core at Nolias Gallery in Southwark. Read More...

Savvy Summer Mentoring are Offering a focused program this august designed to transform this traditionally quiet period in the art world into a revolutionary learning and planning opportunity Read More...

Mari Boman, intern, reviews the Urban Art event that took place in Brixton earlier this month Read More...

This dreamy project documents mermaids in Weeki Wachee, city of live mermaids located in Florida, US. The town is host to Newtown Perry Underwater Mermaid Theater, one of the Sunshine State’s oldest attractions. Collinge was born 1980 in London, England. Studied at Central Saint Martins and Brighton University and currently lives and works in Brooklyn. And was a winner of the Taylor Wressing portrait prize 2012. Read More...

Over the next few months, we’ll be heading out to Lambeth Archives, Black Cultural Archives and Autograph to research and gain a greater understanding of the period between 1968 and 1972 when the British Black Panther Movement was active in the UK, particularly in Brixton. Read More...

We have a new addition to our magazine selection that is available to buy at photofusion, we have in stock issue 25 of Flip Magazine. Read More...

Today in the photofusion office we are dreaming of our holidays and so looking at the beautiful work of photographer Kanoa Zimmerman. Read More...

So the studio is like an oven – it’s absolutely baking in there and I have to teach some City & Guilds students some special effect lighting. So I thought to myself there must be a way whereby they can learn and I can cool down – and there is. How to photograph splashes using myself as the subject. Now the important thing to remember is that it is the flash that freezes the water, and not the shutter speed (which is pretty much irrelevant). We blacked out the studio, eliminating all ambient light, positioned some poly-boards and one flash Read More...

The Copeland Book Market, now in its third year, is a platform for print and publishing based around an annual four-day event. In 2013 it runs from July 18 – 21 Read More...

There is still two weeks to enter Celeste Prize and be in with a chance to win one of 20,000 Euro prizes and receive benefits which include three artists’ residencies around the world. Read More...

Our intern Sophie Stafford reviews an exhibition of Stephen Gill’s project, Best Before the End, that she saw at FOAM in Amsterdam earlier this month Read More...

For the 11th year running residents of South London’s Josephine Avenue will once again be turning their sleepy street into a bustling Art Fair. Read More...

A new generation of talented photographers are coming together to debut their work in a stunning boundary pushing exhibition at Kensington and Chelsea College. Read More...

One of the participants on Photofusion’s New Creative Markets programme, Sophie Gerrard, is a founder of a new photography collective with 3 others, called ‘Document Scotland’. Read More...

We have two new and exciting courses at Photofusion this August… Read More...

Profile for photographer and Photofusion member, CJ Everard. Read More...

Experimental and visually exciting, Photofusion and Ovalhouse are working together with a group of young people from the Prince’s Trust to push the boundaries of performance. They are exploring the space where visual art, spoken word and theatre meet. Read More...

Photographer Elisabeth Blanchet has spent over 11 years building an archive of post-war prefabricated homes and communities in the UK. Prefabs – Palaces for the people is a multimedia exhibition that includes photographs, interviews, short films, stories, an ipad interactive platform and prefab memorabilia. Read More...

We would like to offer our congratulations to the Photofusion Members who have recently published new work, books, won awards and been selected for upcoming exhibitions…below are just a few whose achievements have caught our attention Read More...

In light of our current exhibition by photographer Elisabeth Blanchet, Prefabs: Palaces for the people, our intern Mari sat down to find out more about how Elisabeth got in to photography and what the stories behind her projects are… Read More...

The L A Noble Gallery is proud to announce its first Summer Salon exhibition.

The gallery will be taking over Maybe A Vole, Dalston, where the Summer Salon will open on 17th of July and run throughout August. Read More...

We are pleased to announce the participants in the Photofusion Futures group.

Tina Remiz Selim Korycki, Martyna Przybysz, Jamella Binns, Hugo Feio and Oluchi Ozoemenam will be guided by Travis Hodges in development of professional and creative practice. Read More...

Last Saturday I ran this year’s first Location Lighting Workshop and the sun came out, which was an unexpected surprise. I enjoy running this workshop when the sun shines, as I always get a kick out of teaching people how easy it is to blend flash with daylight (to either fill in or over power the ambient light). Read More...

In light of the recent photography graduate exhibitions at Free Range this year, our intern Mari went along to review the work on show… Read More...