Following on from the publication of Tim Rudman’s highly acclaimed new book ICELAND, An Uneasy Calm we are pleased to announce a series of exhibitions showing work from Tim’s book.

Venues announced:

Current Exhibition: Banbury Museum and Art Gallery, Banbury, Oxfordshire, UK

Dates:  December 2nd 2017 to January 20th 2018

There will be an ‘Afternoon with Tim Rudman’ event at the gallery lecture room on Saturday 6th January. This will be a free event but numbers will be restricted, so please book through the Museum.

Banbury Museum & Art Gallery

The Fox Talbot Museum Gallery (National Trust), Lacock, Wiltshire

Dates:  9 January to 10 July  2016

Showing 30 toned silver gelatine prints from the book.  There will be a Private View (and book signing).  

The National Trust

The Lightbox Museum & Gallery, Woking, Surrey, UK

Dates:  Wednesday 23 April 2016 – 3 July 2016

‘In Conversation with Tim Rudman’ – Live Q&A and book signing. 29th June 6.30 for 7.00 pm.

The Lightbox Museum & Gallery

The Dye House Gallery in Bradford

Dates: 12th January 2017 until 17th February 2017

The Dye House Gallery in Bradford will be hosting the Iceland, an Uneasy Calm exhibition.

The Dye House Gallery webpage

The Dimbola Museum and Galleries

Dates: 22nd April 2017 to 16th July 2017

The Dimbola Museum and Galleries will be hosting a selection from the ‘Iceland. An Uneasy Calm’ exhibition..

Dimbola Lodge was the home of the celebrated Victorian photographer, Julia Margaret Cameron and is now a Museum and Gallery.

The Julia Margaret Cameron Trust, Dimbola Museum & Galleries, Terrace Lane, Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight, England. PO40 9QE

The Dimbola Museum and Galleries website

Iceland visits Australia!

Gold Street Studios Gallery, Trentham East, nr. Melbourne, Victoria

New and earlier work from “Iceland, an Uneasy Calm” re-opens on the 28th June – 20 August 2017

Gold Street Studios Gallery

The Colour Factory, Melbourne, Victoria

Provisional dates – August-September.

Further details will be posted shortly.

The Colour Factory