John Davies exhibitions 2016

 



 
From 24 June to 4 September 2016

Visions of La Mancha

Museo de Santa Cruz
Toledo
Spain

A commission from the Community of Castile-La Mancha to commemorate the IV Centenary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes (1616-2016).

In November 2014 Davies travelled through the natural parks of Río Dulce, Calares del Río Mundo and Sima, the Hoz Gorge and the Upper Tagus natural park. All the B&W photographs in this exhibition were made in the infra-red spectrum.

 





Lido & 'Old Smokey' Tylorstown, Wales 1993
 
22 April to 28 August 2016

Shadow - terrils d'europe du nord

Labanque
44 place Georges Clemenceau
62400 Béthune
France

T : 03 21 63 04 70
www.lab-labanque.fr

Historic terrils and spoil heaps from former coal mining areas in France between 2013-14 and with earlier photographs made in England and Wales between 1983-1995. With book & exhibition launch to coincide with opening of new cultural centre in France.

'Shadow' book essays by Jean Attali & John Davies - published by Éditions Loco / Lab-Labanque. For book and special edition book with original silver gelatin print made by Davies contact: http://www.editionsloco.com/Shadow
 





Riva del Garda, Italy 1998

 
10 November 2015 to 6 February 2016

Italia out

Palazzo della Ragione Photography
Piazza dei Mercanti
Milan

Curated by Giovanna Calvenzi. Billed as the biggest photography exhibition ever dedicated to Italy. Second part 'Italia Out' of 35 world photographers include: Henri Cartier-Bresson, Herbert List, Martin Parr, Paul Strand, Helmut Newton, John Davies, Alexei Titarenko, Joel Meyerowitz, George Tatge, Bernard Plossu, Thomas Struth, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Abelardo Morell and many more. With a catalogue published by Giunti and Contrasto.
 



 
 
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