Adders will only use their venom as a last means of defence
The adder is not an aggressive snake, but is the only venomous snake native to Britain.
Manchester Art Gallery from 24 June to 30 October 2016.
Whilst on a visit to Manchester I saw the Vogue 100 exhibition, which I had missed when it was held at the National Portrait Gallery earlier this year.
Buzz Aldrin – No Dream is Too High
Recently, at the Forum in Bath, I had the pleasure of listening to Buzz Aldrin talk about his life.
Strange and Familiar: Britain as Revealed by International Photographers
Curated by Martin Parr
Barbican Art Gallery, Barbican Centre, UK: 16 March – 19 June 2016
Is the world utopia and are we dystopia?
This series of images is one of many studies I have done looking at the world from a utopia-dystopia viewpoint.
It was a clear night in the Þingvellir district of Iceland, not a cloud could be seen. The sun was now becoming tired and was drifting out of sight to rest.
The colourful micro world that lives below and flies above us can be intriguing to photograph due to all of natures fine detail.
The Vanity of Small Differences – Grayson Perry
Exhibition at Victoria Art Gallery, Bath – 9 January – 10 April 2016
Ai Weiwei is a visionary, a philosopher and a spokesperson for human rights issues. His art creates awareness and poses questions which communicate clearly across many cultures.
Saul Leiter Exhibition At The Photographers Gallery – 22 Jan – 3 Apr 2016
Thanks to The Photographers Gallery, I had the chance to see Saul Leiters (1923-2013) work, up close and personal.
Julia Margaret Cameron – V&A Exhibition
I first saw Julia Margaret Cameron (1815 – 1879) work at the Dimbola Lodge museum, which use to be her home on the Isle of Wight.
The Photographers 2015 – Beetles + Huxley Gallery and Osborne Samuel Gallery
The Photographers 2015 exhibition is an annual event held by two leading London art galleries, Beetles+Huxley and Osborne Samuel.