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Ambika P3

Exhibition Detail
Curated by: Elizabeth Upper
University of Westminster
35 Marylebone Road
London NW1 5LS
United Kingdom

September 3rd, 2009 - September 9th, 2009
September 3rd, 2009 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
from the series \'miles/ week\', Kathrin SpirkKathrin Spirk,
from the series 'miles/ week',
© Kathrin Spirk
workers, workstations, Andreia Alves de OliveiraAndreia Alves de Oliveira, workers, workstations,
© Andreia Alves de Oliveira
Yu-Chi, Taiwan (from the series \'Things We May Never Know\'), Ting Ting ChengTing Ting Cheng,
Yu-Chi, Taiwan (from the series 'Things We May Never Know'),
© Ting Ting Cheng
plot 71 (from the series \'Still Digging\'), Radi KonstantinovRadi Konstantinov,
plot 71 (from the series 'Still Digging'),
© Radi Konstantinov
Lilly on the landing (from the series \'Girls under 7\'), Lisa PhillipsLisa Phillips,
Lilly on the landing (from the series 'Girls under 7'),
© Lisa Phillips
from the series \'Souterrain\', Brett KillingtonBrett Killington,
from the series 'Souterrain', 2009
© Brett Killington
from the series \'Passage\', Milcho AndreevMilcho Andreev,
from the series 'Passage',
© Milcho Andreev
from the series \'Dust\', Mikael GregorskyMikael Gregorsky, from the series 'Dust',
© Mikael Gregorsky
, Despina PapachristoudiDespina Papachristoudi
© Despina Papachristoudi
notes, 2008 (detail), Estéfani BouzaEstéfani Bouza, notes, 2008 (detail)
© Estéfani Bouza
untitled, Angela LeonidouAngela Leonidou, untitled, 2009
© Angela Leonidou
from the series \'I don\'t go to the movies\', Joanna ZylinskaJoanna Zylinska,
from the series 'I don't go to the movies',
© Joanna Zylinska
\'Zwei/ Two\' from the series Der grosse Schatten (The Big Shadow), Chantal RiekelChantal Riekel,
'Zwei/ Two' from the series Der grosse Schatten (The Big Shadow),
© Chantal Riekel
The Satirist, Sarah SwensonSarah Swenson, The Satirist, 2009
© Sarah Swenson
no. 4 from the series \'this/ that\', David PennyDavid Penny,
no. 4 from the series 'this/ that',
© David Penny
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Variable. Open during exhibitions only, 10 am - 6 pm Mon - Sun
figurative, abstract, landscape, realism, conceptual, installation, digital, photography
Free event
On 3 September 2009, seventeen award-winning photographers will unveil their new work in Dying to Know at P3, a major venue in central London.

For the third year in a row, London's first and only independently and professionally curated degree show will showcase the best work from graduates from one of the most highly acclaimed photography MA programs.

Building on the strenghts of the last two exhibitions, whose 5,000 visitors combined included some of the most important critics and art-world luminaries in London, Dying to Know reinforces the unmatched professionalism for which the annual MAPS exhibition has become legendary.

Again occupying the 14,000 square feet of P3, mere seconds from Baker St Station, this hotly anticipated show will be even more visually stunning in 2009. Tipped by insiders as the best showcase of new talent in the run-up to Frieze week, Dying to Know is more than an exhibition - it's an event not to be missed.

Curator Elizabeth Upper says, 'Dying to Know is an incredibly exciting exhibition of artists who are on their way to becoming major forces in the world of photography'.

Dying to Know features never-before-seen work by Estéfani Bouza, Assunta Del Buono, Brett Killington, Ting Ting Cheng, Mikael Gregorsky, Radi Konstantinov, Angela Leonidou, Lisa Phillips, Milcho Andreev, Andreia Alves de Oliveira, Despina Papachristoudi, David Penny, Chantal Riekel, Kathrin Spirk, Sarah Swenson and Joanna Zylinska.

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