September 25, 2019
Open Eye Zine and Photobook Fair
We are pleased to announce that the OIL SANDS zine was selected for exhibition at the Open Eye Zine and Photobook Fair in Liverpool in September 2019. The organizers, Open Eye Gallery, also kept several copies to stock in their bookshop.
July 12, 2019
Platforma – “You can see me, but I don’t exist.”
Alan is working with Platforma, the Arts and Refugees network, on a project that highlights the experience of refugees living in limbo whilst awaiting a response to their asylum or residency applications. He has chosen to photograph the refugees using a camera obscura: “I am using a Camera Obscura to keep the background in sharp […]
June 11, 2019
Alan Gignoux: “Bruised Lands” Exhibition
Fishing Quarter Gallery, Brighton, 12th-18th July 2019 Photography from three environmental projects by photographer Alan Gignoux will be exhibited at Fishing Quarter Gallery in Brighton. Curated by Chloe Juno. OIL SANDS – The Oil Sands of Northern Alberta represent one of the biggest social, environmental and political dilemmas of our time. Alan and his team have […]
June 10, 2019
RECLAIM Billboard Festival, Cologne, 2019
“Dinosaur Adventure Park, Niagara Falls, Ontario, 2017” from Alan’s HUMAN ACCUMULATIONS project has been selected for the first Cologne billboard festival organized by the Reclaim Kollektiv. Cologne became a public museum for 10 days in June 2019.