Currently reading : An exhibition of analogue prints by Susu Laroche
An exhibition of analogue prints by Susu Laroche
1 December 2013
Author : reba
Private view: Thursday 5th December, 6pm – 11pm
Susu Laroche, who has previously been featured on Sang Bleu will be having a solo show of her analogue prints which opens on Thursday evening at the Apiary Studios in Hackney, London. The exhibition will run from the 5th until the 10th of December and during the private view on the 5th there will be one of her films shown too.
Laroche’s first published book of photographs will be released by Purge in 2014.
Purge is a banner. Past and current projects include Iain Sinclair 70×70 (film season London 2013 – 2014 in association with King Mob), Liberated Film Store (November 2013), Berlin Alexanderplatz: 14 Boxes (previewed by ICA, premiere at the Barbican June 2014), and upcoming music releases by Stanley Schtinter, Frans Zwartjes and more.
Laroche’s work has previously been published in Mono by Gommabooks, Abraxas Magazine, Eyemazing Magazine and exhibited internationally. Her first DVD release, BYRNE, was one of seven films picked for the Liberated Film Store (as part of The Test Centre) in November 2013, curated by Stewart Home, Iain Sinclair, Chris Petit, Thurston Moore and others.
To find out more about the exhibition have a look here.
To find out more about Susu visit her website here
To find out more about PURGE visit this website.
Apiary Studios, 458 Hackney Road, LONDON.