John Davies exhibitions 2010


Seaham (from 'Durham Coalfield' series) 1983
18 - 21 November 2010

Paris Photo

Galerie Vu stand B 41 - Salle Delorme
Carrousel du Louvre

A small selection of 12x16in (30x40cm) vintage prints made and printed by John Davies from 1983. Contact Gallerie Vu for more details.

Metal Recycling, Bootle 2010
18 September - 2 October 2010

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The International Gallery
34A Slater Street
Liverpool L1 4BX

Group show organised by High Tide and S.Q.U.A.T. Liverpool as part of the Liverpool Biennial 2010. Artist's include amongst others: David Nash, Philip Jeck and Janette Porter. With new work by John Davies of the impact of waste disposal, landfill sites and recycling plants - this show features a selection of his photographs made along the Mersey Estuary.

Durham Ox Pub, Sheffield 1981
7 May - 8 July 2010

Facts of Life
selected British Documentary Photography 1974-1997

Photomonth in Krakow 2010 Festival
National Museum in Krakow
Group exhibition including 7 large prints by John Davies.
'Durham Ox' exhibition print from Michael Hoppen Gallery

Paulilles, France 2009

Fuji City, Japan 2008
28 January - 10 April 2010

L'Anse de Paulilles, France
Fuji City, Japan

Gallery Vu
2 rue jules cousin
75004 Paris
tel. 01 53 01 85 81
New work of Paulilles, Nobel's disused nitro-glycerine factory site. Commissioned by Conservatoire du Littoral in 1999, 2001 & 2009.

Plus colour work of Mount Fuji and Fuji City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan 2008. Commissioned by European Eyes on Japan for the publication 'Japan Today vol.10'.

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County Hall, Wakefield 2009
9 November 09 - 26 March 2010


The Orangery
Back Lane

Individual exhibition of 15 large scale colour works of Wakefield. For more details see



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