Art Fair

Queen's Park Contemporary Photography Fair

22 Apr 2015 – 26 Apr 2015

Event times

Thursday to Sunday 11:00 to 16:00

Cost of entry

Entry is free, all are welcome to browse.

74 Salusbury Road

London, United Kingdom


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Queen’s Park Contemporary Photography Fair (CPF) is an exhibition and print sale of young and talented photographers’ work. The fair provides a platform for artist’s to gain public recognition for their work, and harness the commercial value of their photography.



Situated in a small converted Victorian factory, Studio 74 is permanent base of Michiko Koshino's London fashion studio, Black Box coffee and will be home to CPF for 5 days in April. The work curated will exhibit thematic continuity whilst remaining distinct in style, subject and technique. CPF is making art affordable for everyone with prices starting at £15, expect to find framed prints, mounted prints, zines, newspapers, artist books and friendly people. 

All are welcome at the preview, where we will be serving almost free drinks (spare us a quid!) 

Private view:
Wednesday 22nd April 
18:30 - 22:00

Exhibition continues: 
Thursday 23rd - Sunday 26th April 
11:00 - 16:00

Nearest tube: 
Queen's Park (Bakerloo & Overground)
Brondesbury Park (Overground)
Bus 206

All profits made are returned to support the artists involved.

Anna-Sophia John.
Anna-Sophia currently studies Photographic Arts at the University of Westminster, she lives in Vienna and London. Previously, Anna has been involved in group exhibitions in Vienna, London and Leeds. Anna’s work interferes with our perception of the familiar and mundane by intuitively responding to her immediate surroundings, these observations inform the creation of artificial structures, which create sensory stimulation through the use of hybrid compositions, including analogue and digital photography, camera-less processes, digital editing programs, sculpture, colour and texture.

Anthony Prévost.
Anthony Prévost is a French photographer, who focuses on both the city and the wilderness, exploring the relationship between them. Recurring themes in his work are the domesticated, the artificial, the disparity between the image and reality, collective imagination, perception and constructed images. He currently studies an MA in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster.'

Christiana Rousounidou.

Christiana Rousounidou was born in Cypus and is currently living in London, undertaking a BA Photographic Arts degree at the University of Westminster. Her practice is primarily focused on the use of colour and minimalism.

Ciára Glover.
Ciára Glover has travelled throughout the world. It was during this time that she found her passion for travel photography. She documents individual moments and people that she has met along the way. The images on show exemplify the world view that defines her work. 

Claudia Etherington.
Eighteen year old Claudia Etherington is a flourishing artist and future UWE Fine Art student. She immerses herself in the world of self-expression. She uses a range of media, fluctuating between oils on wood, to physical photo manipulation.

Eva Abeling.
Eva Abeling was born in Bremen, North Germany, and she has been heavily influenced by the art scenes of Northern Europe, principally Berlin, Amsterdam and Copenhagen. After finishing school, she moved to Barcelona where she attended photography courses and undertook freelance work in different fields of photography. She is now a photography student at the University of Westminster.

Giorgio Lattanzi.
Giorgio Lattanzi is a twenty-six year old photographer, before he began a BA Photography Course in London, he received a diploma in Graphic Arts in Rome. Giorgio’s inspiration comes from underground culture and street life. He has a developed and refined technique and is able to capture the essence of a moment and tell a story with his photography of urban scenes, mixing portraiture with landscape photography. He has started to use different camera formats to further develop his style. He plans to create a personal creativity company in London but in the meantime he undertakes various projects, in order to increase his photographic, artistic and technical skills.

Grace Lara Flynn.
Grace Flynn is a British photographer living in London, where she currently studies Photographic Arts at the University of Westminster. Her work explores the way in which the inanimate world comments on those who inhabit it. She believes that the traces people leave behind speak more truth than they ever could themselves. By photographing the objects we use and the spaces we inhabit, she attempts to portray the human race in the absence of people.

Harriet Simmonds.

Jay Creagh.

Jessica Thomas.
Jessica Thomas currently studies at the University of Westminster. Her practice involves experimental darkroom techniques, in which she has lots of experience. Since moving to London from Oxfordshire over a year ago, she has been able to develop and evolve her technique. Through working across the mediums of darkroom, digital and photocopying, the work displayed is a product of four years of experimentation surrounding the idea of “surface”.

Jorge Dieguez. 
Jorge Dieguez is a Peruvian Photographer, with exemplary skills in aesthetics and a passion for architecture. He is currently based in London. He uses architecture and space to understand the natural and logical functions of the individual, in order to orientate ourselves in the process of self-identification.
"Contemplating the immensity determines a pure state that takes us to a parallel world, be present in a great space is a personal moment constantly repressed by the everyday life. Therefore, a vast space could positions us inside a dream"

Lachlan James Mackay.

Molly Baker.
21 year old photographer studying at Kingston University, who bases her work around intimacy and the human form. Molly prides herself on working only in analogue and enjoys developing in the darkroom by hand.

Natasha Milton.

Riccardo Branca.
Riccardo is an Italian photographer currently doing a BSc in Photography and Digital Imaging Technology. He is interested primarily, but not exclusively, in documentary and street photography, he aims candidly to freeze some funny, ironic and unrepeatable fragments taken from everyday life. 

Rossella Castello.
Born in 1994 in Verona, Italy, Rossella is currently undergoing a BA in Photographic Arts at the University of Westminster, London.
Her photography incorporates a variety of different styles and exhibits her ingenuity. She create wonderfully emotive art works, both on and off the street.

Sara Cuono.
Born in 1994, Sara Cuono is an Italian artist doing a BA in Photographic Arts at the University of Westminster.
Currently based in London, she mainly works with analogue 35 mm and 120 mm cameras.
A love for the 'ordinary' is demonstrated by the subjects of her photography, which are the people she meets, the landscapes she sees. She has a keen eye that identifies the hidden details of objects.

Tim Bartholomew. 

With special thanks to our printing sponsor Westphoto, and our specialist framing supplier Abbey Road framing.

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