Next month paper\FLOW will feature a special on Magnum founder, George Rodger's exhibition of Kodachromes of the Nuba tribes of South Sudan shot in 1949. We're printing this as I write so lots of wonderful images to come in April but for now...
...we're highlighting some beautiful work that we've printed for various photographers and which can be seen in current exhibitions as well as news and a host of our PAPER:CUT guides to interesting events and exhibitions.
We specialise in making pigment prints for photographers and artists. We are also the exclusive makers of Primitive Carbon prints which owe more to platinum printing and the darkroom than to conventional pigment ink printing.
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All the best,
Alex Schneideman founder of FLOW
FLOW is Europe's leading inkjet printing studio. We specialise in our own adapted techniques and a hand-in-hand approach to print making.
Jack has joined FLOW to work as a studio assistant. He is currently finishing his BA in Fine Art Photography at Camberwell College of Arts. Jack is a Polaroid and instant film specialist. We’ll be showing some of his work here.
ROBYNNE LIMOGES AT THE SAATCHI GALLERY
Robynne has been a FLOW client for many years. We have printed various exhibitions for her which have been shown all over the world. This latest goes on show on 30th March at the Saatchi curated Other Art Fair.
Here work is deeply felt and poetic. The prints are tonal abstracts which feature dark-as-night black and limpid greys. Robynne will be showing two series; History of Histories and Black Haiku.
'SNAPPING' - A FILM BY KEVIN BARNETT ABOUT WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A PHOTOGRAPHER IN THE AGE OF THE IPHONE
Alex Schneideman, FLOW's founder, features in this timely and short documentary on the nature of photography in an image saturated world. Also features street photography legend, Matt Stuart.
TWO PRIMITIVE CARBON PRINT PORTRAITS OF BURMESE REFUGEES BY SHAFIUR RAHMAN
Shafiur Rahman travels all over the world making documentaries about the plight of some of the world's most destitute people. The portraits FLOW are printing for a forthcoming exhibition are or the women of the Rohingya people - Burmese Muslims who have been persecuted and are now refugees in Bangladesh.
Shafiur has chosen FLOW's own Primitive Carbon technique to make his prints.
MARK WARMINGTON PRINTS PRIMITIVE CARBON FOR THE PHOTOGRAPHY NOW EXHIBITION
Mark is a photographer/cinematographer. He chose Flow's Primitive Carbon prints for his structural monochrome images showing at the Photography Now exhibition in Brick Lane. For more information visit Mark's website.
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Photographica Podcast is for anyone interested in photography. Photographica featuresinterviews and audio-essays as well as photomuses and informal conversations with notable photographers and film makers.