› Mon, 14 May 2018
LensCulture has just published an essay about my photowork in time for my participation at PhotoLondon this week https://bit.ly/2IELv2Q
› Mon, 02 Apr 2018
My images from the series “We gave you forgiveness… (you kept the Krugerrands) about the disparity of wealth in South Africa, has been selected for inclusion in the next issue of Dohdo Magazine – the Spanish photography magazine.
› Wed, 14 Feb 2018
LensCulture Exposure Awards 2018
I’m pleased to announce that I am a winner at this year’s LensCulture Exposure Awards – and a Jurors’ Pick.
My photo-series titled “We gave you forgiveness… (you kept the Krugerrands)” is about economic inequality in today’s South Africa. In this work, I have embellished my images with lines, marks and colouring to disrupt the conventional perspective associated with the medium and the subject matter – and in a nuanced way convey deeper meaning to the imagery.
My photographs will be exhibited at Photo London, Somerset House in London during, 17-20 May 2018
› Sun, 17 Dec 2017
From my series “New Beginnings”; one of two Honourable Mentions received at 2017 Chromatic Photography Awards, just announced. (Dec/2017) © Chris Kirby 2017
› Mon, 20 Nov 2017
Chamelion Girl, Africa – wearing her pet Chamelion as perhaps the ultimate fashion accessory! The Chamelion, changed its colour during the photoshoot to blend in perfectly with her shirt. Photo taken in Soweto, South Africa © Chris Kirby 2017
› Fri, 17 Nov 2017
One of my Africa fine-art prints is selected for exhibition at LensCulture, Klompching Gallery Winter Print Show in New York this December (2017) photo © Chris Kirby 2017 @lensculture @klompchinggallery
› Tue, 17 Oct 2017
Delighted to win 1st Place @ 2016 Black&White Spider #Photo Awards. World children cat. http://bit.ly/2gptA4l
› Fri, 13 Oct 2017
Seascape taken from Cromer Pier in Norfolk today, whilst on a photoshoot for North Norfolk District Council. Nice light and moody skies.
› Wed, 27 Sep 2017
September ‘17, fashion photo-shoot in Bristol, the graffiti capital of the UK, and home to Banksy.
› Mon, 29 May 2017
Protestants sharing their religious views at the Roman Catholic National Pilgimage at the shrine in the village of Walsingham in Norfolk today.
© Chris Kirby 2017 www.chris-kirby.co.uk