Photofusion presents The Thin Line, a group exhibition curated by Ukraine curator Kateryna Radchenko. The works featured were created by 16 Ukrainian artists including Yurko Dyachyshyn, Andriy Lomakin, Volodymyr Petrov, Stas Yurchenko, Mykhaylo Palinchak, Elena Subach, Serhii Nuzhnenko, Viacheslav Ratynski, Yulia Chervinska, Oleksandr Navrotskyi, Alina Smutko, Sirhiy Hudak, Shilo Group, Pavlo Dorohoi, Igor Efimov, and Kateryna Moskalyuk who present a first-hand account of the war in Ukraine, and life on the other side of it.
The project is raising much needed funds for the Ukrainian Charity Foundation The Depths of Art, which is supporting those working in art, music, theatre, literature and cultural studies. Visitors can donate within our gallery where proceeds will go directly back to the artists or can buy limited edition prints via Photofusion.
The Thin Line curated by Kateryna Radchenko will be on display within Photofusion Gallery from 6th – 24th August 2022.
Our courses are back. Here’s what we’ve got coming up over the next month:
PPP, Photograph, Process & Print – 22nd to 24th August
Intensive course to understand how to use a film camera, understanding exposure, how to process a roll of film and how to make an enlarged B&W print in the darkroom.
Black and White Printing Workshop – 4th September
Learn the craft of traditional darkroom printing from one of our expert tutors. This intensive darkroom course takes students from the basic fundamentals of black and white through to the more advanced techniques utilised in the making of exhibition-quality prints.
Large Format Portraiture Workshop – 18th September
In this one-day hands-on workshop you will learn how to correctly use a 5×4 monorail camera (Sinar). You will learn how to set-up the camera, how to load film into dark-slides, how to attach lens & control the shutter, how to focus the camera and you will be introduced to using camera movements.
Alternative Processes l Salt Printing – 2nd October
On this one-day hands-on alternative processes workshop you will learn how to make one of the earliest forms of photograph, a salt print.
Join us for an ILFORD photo day.
Open from 11am – 4pm, we introduce
- ILFORD Photo Walk, led by London Camera Project
- PPP Cameras Workshop within the Photofusion Gallery
- Parallax Photographic shop will be open 11am-4pm
- Photofusion Gallery hosts group Ukrainian exhibition The Thin Line curated by Kateryna Radchenko, open to view 11am-5pm
Any questions, just get in touch! – Dates announced soon
London Creative Network is a tailored professional development programme for London-based visual artists, craft makers and photographers.
Artists who take part in the programme at Photofusion can expect:
- Workshops led by a team of professionals where you will meet other artists. Previous sessions have included studio sessions, light workshops and camera introductions such as Large Format photography.
Who can apply:
- Artists must be HMRC registered or in process of becoming self-employed (you will be asked for your Unique Tax Reference on the application form).
- Artists must be based in London.
Find out more and sign up email us at: [email protected]
We provide a bespoke digital printing and mounting service for photographic exhibition printing. Our team of expert digital technicians also provide a comprehensive range of image production services including scanning, retouching and image correction.
Anti-Racism: A Statement from Photofusion
Photofusion stands against racism and supports Black Lives Matter. We continue to work as we have done, towards embodying the values of anti-racism with our work and organisation. The barbaric killing of George Floyd has had a significant and distressing impact on us all. We acknowledge the presence of systemic racism in society and further consider what we can do to counter racism whenever and wherever it occurs.
You can now book film processing online, and leave film in our dropbox outside International House.
Our courses are back! Over the next couple months we will be running a wide range of photography courses, from darkroom workshops to analysing photography theory.
We have a professional darkroom, suitable for both black and white and colour printing, available for hire at affordable daily rates. Additionally, we have a fully-equipped solo darkroom available that can be used traditionally or for a variety of alternative processes.
Become a Photofusion Member and be part of our thriving community of creatives. Our members range from students and recent graduates, through to hobbyists and professionals photographers. There are also exclusive benefits and discounts available to our members.