summer passage @ Market Cinema, Brynmawr

summer passage @ Market Cinema, Brynmawr

Market Hall Cinema (map)

DSCF0054.JPG

Working with the White Rose Information and Resource Centre in New Tredegar, the dynamic the*kickplate*project duo of Zosia and Dafydd are showing a selection of summer images by French artist based in Montélimar, Stéphane Vendran in the Gallery area of Market Hall Cinema in Brynmawr. The exhibition was originally created in cooperation with the White Rose Information and Resource Centre and presented there in winter 2016/2017.

Stéphane is a film photographer who works with Polaroid, toy cameras, such as Holga and Diana, wet plate collodion and other analogue techniques. He is also a graphic designer and a co-organiser of Montélimar's edition of Expolaroid festival of Polaroid and instant photography.

As part of the exhibition, we'll be showing Holga and Polaroid photographs from Stéphane's series Complètement à l'Est, taken on Stéphane's journey across Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Romania, the Czech Republic, Austria and Germany, as well as his travel images from France and Sardinia. 

Exhibition open during the Cinema screening hours.
Market Hall Cinema
Market Square, 
Brynmawr, 
NP23 4AJ

www.markethallcinema.co.uk

Find out more about the*kickplate*project via their various online platforms:

thekickplateproject.weebly.com

thekickplateproject.blogspot.co.uk

thekickplateproject@gmail.com

twitter: @kickingtheplate

instagram: @thekickplateproject

facebook: the kickplate project

64˚ north @ 72m² Pontypool

64˚ north @ 72m² Pontypool

​76m² - 2 Portland Buildings (map)

The latest exhibition at the*kickplate*project's 76m² Gallery in Pontypool is 64°north - a solo exhibition by Carmen Marchena Alonso, a Spanish photographer, mountaineer and climber.

The exhibition features her analogue work from Iceland, the Pyrenees and, prevalently, Greenland, where Carmen travels every year and where she sometimes works as a guide, exploring the fjords, glaciers and icy seas around the island. Using her camera and experimenting with different types of film, Carmen captures beautiful and surreal landscapes full of colours we wouldn't expect to see in a place known better for being blanketed in white snow and ice.

You can find Carmen’s work on her page:
flickr.com/photos/17666600@N02/

The exhibition runs from Tuesday 3rd – 25th April 2018.
Opening times: Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00 – 18:00

76m²
2 Portland Buildings
Commercial Street
Pontypool
Torfaen
NP4 6JS

64°north is the third in a series of 9 exhibitions that will be organised in 2018 in 76m², Pontypool by the*kickplate*project, with the support from the Arts Council of Wales, Torfaen Council's Arts Development and Pontypool Community Council. 

Find out more about the*kickplate*project via their various online platforms:

thekickplateproject.weebly.com

thekickplateproject.blogspot.co.uk

thekickplateproject@gmail.com

twitter: @kickingtheplate

instagram: @thekickplateproject

facebook: the kickplate project