POLYCHROMATIC - Klompching Gallery, New York
POLYCHROMATIC May 15 - July 6, 2013
Opening Reception on May 16, 6pm - 8pm Featuring: John Blakemore, Elaine Duigenan, Max de Esteban, Jennifer B. Hudson, Doug Keyes, Ken Rosenthal, Lyn Silvermann
The Creative Mind
Invited to do a series of six blog postings/images documenting a series of workshops for Wellcome Collection and connected to current exhibition 'Souzou' - Japanese Outsider Art
Elaine is currently working on a series of workshops that connect with Wellcome Collection's current major exhibition called 'Souzou' ...more
First 60 second animation
A collaboration with Robert Bishop (Artist/Architect) for the Architect's Journal Light Shots competition (a first attempt and lots to learn, but please take a look)
Elaine was asked to be a guest presenter for The Adobe Generation Photography Series ...more
Elaine worked as Artist/Project Manager for Wellcome Collection's contribution to The Bloomsbury Festival ...more
The Collector's Eye
The Collection of Frazier King
October 19 - December 15, 2012 ...more
Wellcome Collection Collaboration
For the third year running Elaine has been invited to be the artist working on Wellcome's installation at the forthcoming Bloomsbury Festival (October 20/21 2012).
Elaine was invited to be a speaker at City University London:
A one day conference hosted by the Centre for Creativity in Professional Practice entitled 'Innovation, Creativity and Leadership - Research and practice'.
Klompching New York
Winter Salon - group exhibition
DECEMBER 14, 2011 — JANUARY 20, 2012
17th - 18th November ...more
'Glint' on show in the trees in Brunswick Gardens
20 - 23 October 2011
2 to the power 10
21st Oct - 7th November ...more
Wellcome Collection funded Elaine to work with young people at Corams Youth Centre and made giant photo 'charms' which tied in with the current Wellcome exhibition entitled 'Miracles and Charms'
Wellcome Collection Commission
Elaine has been commissioned by Wellcome Collection to work as lead artist on a project that connects with their forthcoming exhibition entitled 'Miracles and Charms' and The Bloomsbury Festival.
Birkbeck College keynote speech
Elaine was invited to do the keynote speech at a conference entitled 'The Language of Illness and Pain' at Birkbeck College, London University. She spoke on aspects of 'the dreadful and the divine' which connected with her exhibition at The Royal College of Surgeons earlier in the year.
Elaine was commissioned by The Bloomsbury Festival, 2010 to make some work for outdoor display in a sunken garden. She used the opportunity to further explore printing her photographic images onto mirror. See Portfolio Section. ...more
New York Hall of Science
Three Micro Mundi pieces are on show at The New York Hall of Science in a show entitled Planet Earth till March 28th 2011.
The Dreadful and The Divine
23 September – 12 January 2011
Qvist Gallery, Hunterian Museum. Open Tues-Sat 10am-5pm ...more
Six Micro Mundi pieces to be shown at HCP
Created and Found Maps - Exploration of Self and World
September 10 - November 7, 2010
The Houston Centre for Photography
A unique exhibition that explores the way artists are using mapping as a means of exploring both our interior, private world as well as the external, political ...
Klompching Summer Salon
Elaine has three MICRO MUNDI images being exhibited in a 'Summer Salon' at Klompching, New York, until September 3rd. The exhibition also includes photographs by Antony Crossfield, Marc Baruth, Odette England, Cornelia Hediger, Doug Keyes, Sarah Lynch, Paula McCartney and Helen Sear.
Show opens next week!
Editor Bec Brown was inspired to do a whole COSMOS issue after learning about Elaine and Leland's space collaboration. www.blanketmagazine.com
Second Show at KLOMPCHING opening 17th June
Elaine's new series MICRO MUNDI will be on show at KLOMPCHING Gallery, New York, June 17th till August 7th 2010
Elaine's new work has been to The International Space Station
On November 16th Shuttle Atlantis departed for the ISS. On board was an image from Elaine's new series 'Micro Mundi', carried by Astronaut Leland Melvin. He had been so taken with the idea contained within the images (how the smallest of things connect with the largest) that he offered to photograph the image in space with the world below.
V&A History of Photography
An image from Elaine's ‘Nylon’ series is up till April in The History of Photography Gallery at The V&A (The show is on for a year and “features work by some of the most influential figures to use photography as a creative art”).
2009 was a great year!
Starting with a show in Boston's January snow (at the Griffin Museum of Photography), Elaine had shows running concurrently for the entire year! Thanks to her gallerists and supporters.
Wellcome Trust Arts Award
Elaine is now half way through her Artist Residency at The Royal College of Surgeons of England. She has unique access to the Historical Collection of Surgical Instruments and is working towards exhibiting in the Autumn.
A blog at www.armamentaria.wordpress.org charts her progress.
Opening on 28th October - 25th November 2009 at Ben Pentreath Ltd, 17 Rugby St, WC1N, London. ...more
Opening on August 8th 2009 'It's Still Life' featuring work of
Elaine Duigenan and Meggan Gould at Rayko Photo Center, SF
Is Photography Dead? Opening tonight...
Three White Walls in Birmingham are celebrating 10 yrs of Rhubarb Rhubarb with a show of images selected by international reviewers to show hilights of the decade.
Jim Casper of Lensculture nominated my image 'Medium Chocolate' and wrote a brief essay.
Solo Show in Bloomsbury
Elaine's work is going to be on show round the corner from where she lives! Ben Pentreath Ltd is a beautiful space in the heart of Bloomsbury and will be showing ten of Elaine's 'Nets' and 'Nylons' between the 6th and 16th May. The Private View is on the 7th and all are welcome!
Elaine is going back to New York for KLOMPCHING's 10th gallery exhibiton. Since the gallery's inception it has made quite a Splash(!), the artists' shows being favorably reviewed in publications such as The New Yorker, Modern Painters, Art Review, New York Magazine, The British Journal of Photography, HotShoe and The Architect's Newspaper. "We are taking this opportunity to celebrate their successes, by re-presenting a selection of images from exhibitions displayed over the past eighteen months, as well as introducing a selection of images by gallery artists, that have not yet been shown. We hope you'll join us at the opening reception on Thursday, April 30th, 6pm–8pm."
Elaine's work will be presented by KLOMPCHING GALLERY at the Affordble Art Fair, New York, May 7-10. A Private View of the fair will take place on Wednesday, May 6th, 6pm-9pm.
Elaine has a new blog at www.elaineduigenan.wordpress.com
The V&A are going to include two of Elaine's images in the upcoming re-hang of the Photography Gallery. They have chosen ‘Dior’ and ‘Highlife’ from the ‘Nylon’ series. The Photography Gallery hilights around 40 outstanding photographs drawn from the Collection. The new display features 19thC, classic, modern and contemporary works, with a focus on new acquisitions. The private view is on May 15th. ...more
Elaine was invited to donate an image entitled ‘Taille Unique’ from the ‘Nylon’ series to SNAP!09 Canada’s premier art auction. On Sunday March 1st, more than 600 people attended the fundraiser for ACT (Aids Committee of Toronto) which raises awareness and funds for the fight against HIV/AIDS. $220,000 was raised!
Elaine's show 'Intimate Archaeology' at De Santos Gallery, Houston has been extended for another couple of weeks.
The Griffin Museum of Photography
Elaine has a solo show of 'Net' which opens on the 29th January 2008 in the Atelier Gallery at The Griffin Museum of Photography, Boston, MA. The work of Emmet and Elijah Gowin will also be on show.
Solo Show in Houston
Elaine's solo show 'Intimate Archaeology' opens on January 10th at De Santos Gallery, Houston. It runs till February 3rd.
Lyra Kilston's review of Elaine's first solo show at Klompching Gallery, New York. ...more
Review in Modern Painters
Lyra Kilston has written a wonderful review of Elaine's show in the October edition of MODERN PAINTERS (see Essays)
BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Elaine's work is featured on the cover of BJP and there's a five page feature and interview inside.
'Net' is being featured in the latest edition of Lensculture.
This brand new issue of Selvedge is featuring Elaine's work and promotes her first US solo show at KLOMPCHING in July
New Houston Gallery
Following her recent visit to Texas, Elaine is delighted to announce representation by De Santos Gallery, Houston
De Santos Gallery
Elaine is excited to announce that she will have a solo show at KLOMPCHING Gallery, New York, 9th July for seven weeks. Opening is on July 10th. ...more
Elaine will be heading to Houston, Texas for FotoFest, the world's first and largest photography festival. She will have the opportunity to show her new series, 'Net' and will seek opportunities for representation and exhbition.
A Gallery in New York
Elaine is delighted to announce that she is going to be represented by KLOMPCHING Gallery in New York.
Lianzhou International Photography Festival
Elaine was one of the nine international artists invited to show at the LIPF in China.
The second signature piece of artwork to be installed in the ARTSHED. Click on 'more' for information regarding the making and context. ...more
Two new pieces of work are being installed in the ARTSHED today. See above for information regarding the processes and contextualisation. ...more
A five year collaborative project is coming to fruition. Please go to 'Portfolio' section for project outline and more photos. Go to 'Links' to click on link for tv news piece.. ...more
Pioneered by Issa Touma, this inspiring event started at the end of '06 and continues, despite oppostion in new venues around Syria ...more
A current, ongoing, interactive exhibition is trying to grapple with this phenomenon now at the musée de l'Eysée in Lausanne, Switzerland. Everyone in the world is invited to participate! ...more
'Nylon' featured in Magenta Magazine, Canada
This is an essay written by Jim Casper which accompanied the NYLON series featured on his site www.lensculture.com (Archives Vol. 6) ...more