An Uneasy Calm

Supported by Ilford Photo / Harman Technology

'Iceland. An Uneasy Calm' has been widely exhibited in Australia and began UK showing in 2016.
A number of further venues in the UK have been agreed and details will be listed below.

Up to 100 toned silver gelatine exhibition prints are available for exhibition, supported by two book editions - the Standard case bound edition and the Deluxe Limited boxed edition with a limited edition silver gelatine print.
Smaller exhibitions may be accommodated.

Enquiries welcome

Making the prints - (Video) >

The first UK Exhibition of "Iceland, an Uneasy Calm" opened on January 9th 2016 at The Fox Talbot Museum Gallery in Lacock, Wiltshire, 'The birthplace of photography'.
It will run for six months, closing on July 10th.

Details HERE

The Lightbox ©Ian Rudgewick Brown

The Lightbox, Woking's award-winning Art Gallery and Museum: 
"Iceland, an Uneasy Calm"; April 23rd - July 3rd 2016.

On June 29th at 6.30pm for 7:00pm, "In conversation with Tim Rudman", for a live Q&A and book signing.

Further details HERE

The Dye House Gallery, Bradford: Iceland, an Uneasy Calm; January 12th to February 9th 2017.

Evening Launch: Thursday 19th January 4pm - 6.30pm. 
Opening times: Monday - Friday 10am to 4.30pm. Saturday 10.30am - 12.30pm. Sunday closed. 

Further details HERE

The Dimbola Museum and Galleries: A selection from the 'Iceland. An Uneasy Calm' exhibition from April 21st 2017 to July 16th 2017.

The home of celebrated Victorian photographer, Julia Margaret Cameron is now a Museum & Gallery. The Julia Margaret Cameron Trust, Dimbola Museum & Galleries, Terrace Lane, Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight, UK. PO40 9QE.

Banbury Museum and Art Gallery, Banbury, Oxfordshire: 'Iceland, an Uneasy Calm';  December 2nd 2017 to January 20th 2018.

Details will be available HERE

'Iceland' visits Australia!
    Gold Street Studios Gallery
, Trentham East, nr. Melbourne:
New and earlier work from  "Iceland, an Uneasy Calm" re-opens on the 28th June - 20th August 2017.  
    The Colour Factory, Melbourne:
Provisional dates - August - September.
Further details will be posted shortly.