AOP Awards 2016- Sunbeam’s 3rd Annual Selection
Posted on Mar 06
In - Events, Featured, News, Photography, Shows
The AOP Photographers Awards are considered the ultimate accolade for the UK’s commercial photographers, as well as a celebration of extraordinary work by the industry as whole. For our latest installation here at Sunbeam Studios, our walls have been decked with some highlights from the recent awards, held originally in October. Marking our third year of celebrating the awards with the AOP, we are very excited to continue our collaboration and feature work from some of the UK’s most exciting talent.
Private view : 23rd March 2017. Please get in touch at email@example.com for an invitation, space is limited.
Uli Weber – Goodwood Revival
Posted on Jan 05
In - Events, History, News, Shows, Studio Three, Sustainability
Following on from the success of his book “Portraits”, a 20 year retrospective of his celebrity portraiture that features the likes of Daniel Radcliffe, Sting, Bruce Willis and Kylie Minogue, Uli Weber has now turned his lens to the magic of the Goodwood Revival.
The Goodwood Revival Exhibition private view fundraiser was held in Sunbeam Studio’s grand Talbot Hall, a magical step back in time, as seen through a selection of images from Uli’s book. This show was in aid of Second Chance, a charity offering help to children from disadvantaged backgrounds or with histories of abuse with all profits stemming from the show going to the charity.
For more info please visit : www.second-chance.org.uk
Every year Goodwood stages a highly competitive race meeting featuring the kind of cars and motorcycles that would have been at this historic circuit during the period of 1948-1966. It offers visitors the opportunity to leave the “modern world” behind and see motor sport luminaries such as Sir Stirling Moss, Nick Mason, John Surtees, Jean Alesi and Sir Jackie Stewart racing.
Sunbeam was proud to host such a beautiful and appropriate show, bringing cars back into this former car showroom.
‘Thank you Sunbeam Studios for allowing us to exhibit in such a spectacular space, Ladbroke Hall being one of the fist purpose built car factories in Britain.’ Uli Weber
The exhibition continues in our reception gallery until the end of March
New World Orders – A Sunbeam curation of the AOP Photography awards
Posted on Jun 18
In - News, Photography, Shows
Sunbeam is delighted to welcome back the AOP Photography Awards. For the second year we have curated a show of some of our favourite images from the prestigious awards show. This year we picked the theme of New World Order. We feel this selection of images together hold a mirror to the current social justice climate reflecting in part our sustainability values. The show invokes memories of Choose Your Own Adventure novels by torchlight along with influences such as the 2015 election, Cloud Atlas, Mad Max and the tumult in the Ukraine ultimately offering a glimpse of the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come.
We invite you to get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in attending our Private View.
Photo: Greg White
110 Years of Excellence at Sunbeam Studios
Posted on Sep 08
In - Cars, Catering, Events, Exclusive Hire, Fashion, Filming, Garden, History, Music, News, Photography, Production, Shows, Studio Four, Studio One, Studio Three, Studio Two, Suite A, Suite B, Suite C, Suite D, Suite E, Sunbeam's Own
A dozen pre-war Talbot motor cars with a combined age of over 1000 years returned home on Sunday 8th September to where they were made; our building, Ladbroke Hall.
Our building was the first purpose built car factory and showroom in the UK, opening its doors in 1903 and impressively this year we celebrated the centenary of the 100 miles in 1 hour World Record, set in 1913 by a car built right here at Sunbeam’s Ladbroke Hall. Through this achievement the driver Percy Lambert became the fastest man ever over this distance – on land, sea, or air, for which he earned the status of celebrity and national hero.
With people like Winston Churchill using the building as his experimental warfare establishment in WW1, the famous Kings visit in 1918, and the long line of motoring heroes such as Percy Lambert’s achievements, our building’s history has certainly set a high bar for us to aim for.
Studio 1 showed off our photographic services with a modern studio photo-shoot of a 1933 Talbot AV105 Super Speed Brooklands Tourer, produced by Sunbeam and photographed by Mitch Payne.
Photography : Mitch Payne, Andrew Lunch Location: Sunbeam Studios Press: Classic & Sports Car , Metro
Modern Empire: Print Editions and Works on Paper
Posted on Apr 30
In - News, Photography, Shows
Modern Empire is a print publisher based in London working with both emerging and established artists to produce limited edition prints and to foster investment in artists’ works on paper. The exhibition includes a selection of prints, paintings and collages by some of the artists who have worked with Modern Empire since it began in 2009.
Includes works by Vicki Bennett, Charlotte Bracegirdle, Alec Finlay, Diego Mena, Inken Reinert, and Kelly Richardson.
The 2012 AOP Photographers Awards: A Sunbeam-curated selection
Posted on Jan 07
In - News, Shows
Adrian Lyon Figure 1
The AOP Photographers Awards is one of the most prestigious and highly respected competitions for professional photographers worldwide. Now in its 29th year, the AOP Photographers Awards are steadily evolving and moving in parallel with the demands of a progressive and ever-changing industry.
Sunbeam Shows feature a selection taken from the 234 images which made up the 2012 exhibition. All images selected for the Awards can be viewed here.
The private view of the Sunbeam-curated show will be in the first week of February 2013.
If you would like to come please email email@example.com for an invite.
Posted on Nov 04
In - News, Shows, Sustainability
Frank Horvat Grégoire’s hands, 2003 Archival pigment print, Limited Edition 13/30
This show is in support of PhotoVoice, a charity offering a voice to the unheard through photography. Sarah Moon, Peter Fraser, Henrik Knudsen & Frank Horvat are among those included in the show which covers a variety of different photography styles focused mainly on documentary and street photography from 1950-2011.
All prints in the show are for sale and all profits go to PhotoVoice. Their mission to build skills within disadvantaged and marginalised communities around the World and right here in Britain using photography. This affords these communities the opportunity to represent themselves and create their own tools for advocacy and communication in order to achieve positive social change.
Sunbeam is very proud to support PhotoVoice through this show and invite you to join us. If you would like to see the show or the sale list please do get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0) 208 962 8690
Centrefold Magazine – A retrospective selection from 2003-2011
Posted on Sep 11
In - Events, Fashion, Filming, News, Photography, Shows, Studio One, Sunbeam's Own
Sunbeam Studios proudly presents the first in a series of intimate gallery shows at the studios in North Kensington. On the 1st of September 2011, Sunbeam launched a retrospective selection of Centrefold Magazine going back to the inception of the magazine in 2003 as well as including prints from the newest, yet unreleased, edition.
The inaugural installation in Sunbeam’s new show space, curated by Petek Sketcher and Andrew G Hobbs, includes images from KT Auleta, Mario Godlewski, Hans Feurer, Peter Hill, Andrew G. Hobbs, Iain McKell, Albert G. Richards, Clare Shilland, Adam Whitehead, Yelena Yemchuk.
The private view went without a hitch last week! Despite the torrential downpours, we had a great turnout and now we have some fantastic work on our walls. Check out the video below of every Centrefold edition – on the night we projected a giant version over our cove in studio one. Thanks to everyone that came, look out for the next Sunbeam Show!
Viewing by appointment only email@example.com +44(0)20 8962 8690.