Future Exhibitions

Photofusion’s gallery in London has established a reputation for showcasing photography exhibitions that look beyond traditional forms towards innovative ways of using the medium and extending its vocabulary. Photofusion encourages photographic work that has a strong thematic basis dealing with contemporary issues, whether social, environmental, cultural or aesthetic.

6 – 24th August 2022

The Thin Line curated by Kateryna Radchenko.

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 title of the show refers to the feeling, early in the war, of living on both sides of a thin line that separated all that was normal and mundane, and all that was inconceivable and horrific. The work travels across that line, some of it having been made before the invasion, and some of it having been made after. The overall effect is akin to memory, a tender flitting between past and present, happy, and horrid.

The Thin Line was originally presented as a pop-up exhibition at Safehouse in Peckham for two days in March, an urgent presentation of the situation in Ukraine. Photofusion then partnered with Wieden & Kennedy London to present the work as a street-facing installation in Shoreditch. The work now comes to Photofusion in Brixton. August 24 will mark six months since the invasion began, and still, there is no resolution in sight.

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 show will be on public display at Photofusion gallery from the; 6th â€“ 24th August 2022. 

September 2022

Solo exhibition by artist Jim Mortram.