Paul Biddle Awarded Fine Art Portfolio Gold in Tokyo International Foto Awards 2016

I’m incredibly pleased to share the news that I have been awarded a Gold in the Fine Art Portfolio Category in the Tokyo International Foto Awards 2016 for my Cabinet of Curiosity series. The exhibition will take place in Tokyo at the end of February from 24th-28th, 2017.

From Paul Biddle's Portfolio Cabinet of Curiosity
Incubation From Paul Biddle’s Portfolio Cabinet of Curiosity

I would like to thank the Judges and Organisers for giving me this opportunity to show my work in Japan.

http://tokyofotoawards.jp/tifa-jury.html

Here is a link to see my Portfolio

http://tokyofotoawards.jp/winners/zoom.php?eid=23-4050-16

Having been fascinated with Japan’s Art and Culture for many years, I would so like to go and see the exhibition.

About TIFA :

TOKYO INTERNATIONAL FOTO AWARDS mission is to recognise, reward and expose talented photographers from around the world and introduce them to the creative community in Japan.

You can see more of The Cabinet of Curiosity series by clicking the link

https://paulbiddle.com/Portfolios/Cabinet-of-Curiosity/1

A Cartography of Dreams exhibition at Dimbola Museum and Galleries

I’m very pleased to be taking part in an exhibition called “A Cartography of Dreams” at Dimbola Museum and Galleries on The Isle of Wight, the former home of the influential Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron. The exhibition runs from October 14th, 2016 to January 1st, 2017. It was produced by Maxine Watts of Reclaim Photography Festival.

cartography-of-dreams-exhibition-poster

The exhibition is in the Olympus Gallery at Dimbola and here are a few photos I took of the show.

View through the Olympus Gallery at Dimbola showing Fran Forman and Paul Biddle photographs in foreground
View through the Olympus Gallery at Dimbola showing Fran Forman and Paul Biddle photographs in foreground
Some of Paul Biddle photographs
Some of Paul Biddle photographs
Triptych by Paul Biddle
Triptych by Paul Biddle
Paul Biddle photographs
Paul Biddle photographs
Some of Tami Bone photographs
Some of Tami Bone photographs

A huge thank you to Maxine Watts of Reclaim Photography Festival and Dr Rachel Tait, Curator at Dimbola.