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The photocopy club
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BASED IN BRIGHTON
Curated by Matt Martin
NEXT OPEN SUBMISSION EXHIBITION:
Jerwood Encounters: Family Politcis, curated by Photoworks
SUBMISSIONS NOW OPEN: DEADLINE 31.10.13
ABOUT - This monthly exhibition features photocopied/xerox photography from photographers around the world. what we are hoping to achieve with this project is to get photography off the Internet and get printed matter back in the the hands of the public. Photocopying is one of the cheapest ways to get photography printed, Basically we want the show to be like a giant zine that everyone can take a page from.
2013 Projects - For 2013 the photocopy club will be working with other collectives and curators around the country. A selection of one night exhibitions will take place through out the year supporting photographers in the area and getting their work in to gallerys. DIY or DIE
The photocopy club have had an amazing 2013 and we could not have done it with out everyone who submitted work. The photocopy club is only here because of you. All the work that is sent is amazing and we love getting all your notes and zines and drawings. It really is like christmas every time we do a show.
All your work is kept safe and we really hope that one day in 2014 we will be able to do an exhibition that shows everything we have been sent (that has not sold).
We want to build the best platform for you. We want your work to be seen by the world and thats what we will keep trying to do.
We would like to thank: Create for helping us with the space to put on our first exhibition, Kevin Mason, Sam Hiscox, Milo Belgrove, Harry Mitchell, Eleni Mettyear, Martha Simms, Harriet Street, Joe Skillton, BOTY and everyone else in the Brighton/London/worldwide crew.
Marc Vallée for helping us put on a sick Xerox and destroy exhibition, Paul Vickery and Craig Mammano for being there from the start and Valerie phillips for the best envelopes ever.
Beach Gallery for helping us with the first London exhibition, Huck magazine and 71a gallery, Sailor Jerry, Doomed GALLERY, Helen at Protein, Ken and Doomed, Crossfire, Protests around the world, Skaters, bad kids.
Wowohho space for taking us out to Hong Kong and everyone at Harbour city and all our new crew in Asia.
One Giant arm and the Bristol crew - we will be back soon!
Photoworks and Jerwood for asking us to be involved in an amazing group show.
2013 has been a killer. The photocopy club is now off until 2014 where we will be hitting Europe and heading back out to China. We never know whats around the corner so keep an eye and an ear out and we will be back before you know it. Keep on Keeping on. Stay Sick, Never not working, DIY OR DIE - The photocopy club for life.
XEROX AND DESTROY/SUPPORT THE ZINE
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