In the Tate!

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My image ”Nother Dog’ is has been chosen for display at a new exhibition at Tate Britain!

The exhibition, ‘How We Are Now’, invited members of the public to send in their pictures of life in Britain through a specially designed group on Flickr.

There are 40 images that have been selected for large display, 10 in each of four categories: portrait, landscape, still-life and documentary. ”Nother Dog’ is in the portrait category.

Read more on the Tate website.

The exhibition is on now (6th August to 2nd September). I will be going up soon… will upload some pics of the exhib!

Posted in Press/sponsors, Talks on August 9th, 2007 | 9 Comments |

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Comments for “In the Tate!”

    1. Michael-D
      10:14 pm on August 9th, 2007

      That’s fantastic – Congratulations!!

    2. mark
      1:30 pm on August 16th, 2007

      You have the “photographer’s eye” to make any image you capture interesting. Your “clone” photos continue to be the most intriguing, in my opinion. I’m not exactly certain why, but they are. Of course, you are quite attractive, and at some angles, breathtaking. The look of there being more than one of you ignites the imagination.

      I also find sexual energy fueling the “clone” photos. In some of the photos, one or more of you are in various stages of undressing (or getting dressed). Even in the photos where both of you are fully clothed, there is a sexual tension between you both… it jumps out from the scenes, and makes the viewer feel excited and giddy. In the end, I see the “clone” photos as the invitation for the two of you to retire to a cottage bedroom, pull down the shades, and the two will become one.

      The true beauty of “art” is when it allows the viewer to draw his/her own interpretation from the artist’s vision. And you, Miss Aniela, are indeed an ARTIST.

    3. Miss Aniela
      5:34 pm on August 16th, 2007

      Wow, thank you very much Mark for your comment and your compliments…
      I would agree with you on the clone pics and feel that the analysis you give is similar to how I would construe them and hence what I intend to put into them when making & processing them…

    4. Kevbo
      10:05 am on August 17th, 2007

      That’s great!! Congrats to you, Nat!

    5. mark
      2:18 pm on August 17th, 2007

      Miss Aniela: It’s certainly a rarity when I’m somewhat on target with my interpretations, so thanks so much for letting me know I was SOMEWHAT close! I do want to add that the photo of two of you, wherein one of you is asleep, and the other one of you is looking down at your clone, is absolutely astounding. I must say that having your hair up is very flattering to you… simply gorgeous. I would love to see more photos of you like this… although they are all great on every level.

    6. JON
      2:08 am on August 27th, 2007

      Congratulations! Thats fantastic! I just found your blog via your flickr photos. You have some incredible work.

      Have a lovely day.

      JON.
      - a big fan in van(couver)

    7. Miss Aniela
      10:29 am on August 27th, 2007

      Thanks!

      i did visit the Tate but didn’t see the point of taking pics… just four screens with images on!!
      I was in the Yorkshire Post though!!

    8. Troy
      4:58 pm on February 15th, 2008

      And Your Little Dog, Too!

    9. ISO27001
      2:29 pm on October 9th, 2008

      ブログ ISO27001拝見しました。いろいろISO27001参考になります。またISO27001、おじゃまします!

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