~ Drop by drop, day by day… from one to another ~
It can flow, it can run, it can soothe, it can… What can it not do? And what can we..?
An international group of artists are presenting an explorative body of work on the topic of their relationships with water. Their photographic art is reflecting on the aspects which are carrying the most emotional charge and meanings in a wide range of settings.
The special guest of the show Thames Festival Trust and Port of London Authority are supporting the exhibition by presenting their Winners and Runners up, for the Thames Lens 2022 in the following categories: Architecture; Landscape; Nature; People & the River.
Thames Lens is an annual photography competition inviting non-professional photographers to travel onto and by the river to capture unique shots of the River Thames. Supported by Port of London Authority.
Dates: 1st September 2023 - 10th September 2023
Location: Galerija Vladimira Horvata, Trg Zrtava Fasizma, 14 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
Organisers: Kate Coe Temnomeroff @ Temnomeroff Gallery & Damir Tiljak @ Galerija Vladimira Horvata
Curator: Kate Coe Temnomeroff
Thames Festival Trust representative: Annabel Taylor-Munt
Artists: Chris Burrows (UK) Damir Tiljak (Croatia) Darija Sesto (Croatia) David Champion (UK) Drazen Tiric (Croatia) Dren Butkovic (Croatia) Duncan Godfrey (UK) Hussein Saab (Germany & Lebanon) Ivan Cagalj (Croatia) Kate Coe Temnomeroff (UK) Lukas Kroulik (UK & Czech Republic)
Thames Lens Artists: David Stearne (overall winner) Toby Hawkes (winner) Julie Pinborough (runner-up) Gerry Gedge (winner) Vincenzo Albano (runner-up) Michael Hallam (winner) Lichena E Bertinato (runner-up) Colin Page (winner) Erik Weisenpacher (runner-up)