Andrea Ponsi: Drawing Analogies – Reinventing Townscapes
Conference, Workshop, and Exhibit
February 16- 18, 2017: Drexel University – Philadelphia, PA
Architect Andrea Ponsi has been presenting a cycle of conferences and an exhibit this month on the East Coast of the United States, on the books and the architectural projects of Studio Ponsi of Florence, Italy. He has already visited: George Washington University and the Congress of New Urbanism in Washington D.C.; University of Maryland in Baltimore, MD; and Syracuse University in Syracuse, N.Y.
Photographer Jill Furmanovsky: My Rock and Roll Career
The Photography Show – The NEC, Birmingham, UK
March 19, 2017 from 1-2:30pm
What’s it like to photograph some of the biggest names in rock music? From hanging around outside Abbey Road studios to catch a glimpse of the Fab Four, to photographing the likes of Blondie, Oasis, Amy Winehouse and Led Zeppelin, Jill’s career has seen her capture some of the most legendary artists of the last 40 years – and she is still shooting! This year’s Super Stage at The Photography Show in Birmingham, Jill Furmanovsky has been invited to share how her career started and developed, the stories behind her iconic images, backstage anecdotes and insight into the sorts of kit she likes to use – a real rock and roll story.
The Photography Show features some of the greatest minds in photography, renowned for their stunning, revolutionary and thought provoking images across the world. Tickets to are now on sale and visitors will have the option to add Super Stage sessions to their package, priced at £10 each. Places are limited.
The Photography Show takes place at The NEC, Birmingham, UK from March 18-21, 2017.
David Tremlett: Roll On and Other Work
Galerie Jean Brolly – Paris
Tremlett presented a large tapestry titled “Form and Rhythm” together in a dialogue with a set of new pastels on paper, some of which have some similarities with the latter, others have been inspired by a recent trip to Vietnam.
David Tremlett is above all a nomadic artist who feeds on the cultures of the world. Early on, he traveled through India, Africa, Australia, South America, and with pencil in hand, he recorded in a notebook his impressions and his discoveries of voyages: the undulations of nature, the forms of architecture, names of places, traces of a human presence… just a few insignificant notes stored in a corner of his memory, as a substrate for works to come.
David Tremlett (b. 1945) lives and works in London.