Aletheia Casey is an Australian photographer who recently exhibited in Photofusion’s Members’ Show 2012. Here you can see her project on the annual Persian New Year Celebrations. Read More...

It is around about now or in the next couple of months that many Art students will have to start organising their own degree show group exhibition. Whether it is at your own university, or in an independently hired gallery, here are a few Top Tips to get you heading in the right direction… Read More...

Maybe it’s the damp darkness hanging over London, or the record youth unemployment statistics dominating some newspapers as quarterly job and unemployment stats get scrutinized by press and MPs, but depression is a word I’ve heard too many times already today.

Working directly with some of South London’s NEETs (young people aged 16 – 25 who are Not in Education with Employment or Training) I feel like I’m pretty close to the action, and I see and hear first hand, what the ‘lost generation’ looks and sounds like. And they look a lot more confident, charismatic and driven that you’d expect.

At Photofusion we run a series of free to access short accredited course for young people who can prove they are receiving state benefits such as Job Seekers Allowance, Income Support, Employment Support Allowance, Housing Benefit or Council Tax benefit. Read More...

The 11.59 Exhibition at Margaret Street Gallery brings together 11 up and coming young photographers from around the UK, each exhibiting their own interesting and varied projects. This exhibition is only on for a short amount of time, taking place from 23rd to 26th January, so hurry along to see it! Read More...

Profile for Carlotta Cardana, photographer and Photofusion member. Read More...

The Photofusion gallery is run by committee, which meets regularly to discuss proposals and programme upcoming shows. The panel are looking for proposals that meet Photofusion’s gallery manifesto, and are in line with our organisational values. Each proposal will be discussed receive feedback from a member of the panel. Please send completed proposals to [email protected] Proposals should be no more than 2 page PDF with accompanying images Please download proposal guideline here We regret that due to the amount of submissions we receive, we are unable to give individual feedback. Please also note that we will not show a body Read More...

All that is solid melts into air Karl Marx Ships are the workhorses of globalisation, slowly but surely transporting materials, influence and power across the globe. Built to last and to survive the rigors of a life at sea, they require huge amounts of energy and force to be dismantled at the end of their working lives. Their structures contain vast quantities of hazardous materials that during the ship’s working life are safely contained within its walls and are there to propel the ship and to protect its inhabitants. At the end of the ship’s life, these materials become reanimated, Read More...