8 August

How Would You Hang This Exhibition?

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Events | 6 comments

I have been invited to have an exhibition next week, which will showcase 48 images from my work on desertification in China over the past 2 years, at a Science and Technology Conference on Desertification Control in Inner Mongolia. The details of the space I have available for the exhibition have been sent through to […]

7 August

China’s Growing Sands Exhibition Extended for One Month

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Events
China’s Growing Sands Exhibition Extended for One Month

I’m happy to announce that my exhibition, ‘China’s Growing Sands‘, which is on show at Cafe Zarah in central Beijing, has been extended by one month until the beginning of September. If you haven’t had a chance to swing by, you now have an extra month to drop-in to check out the show! All of the […]

5 August

China’s Growing Sands in The Beijinger Magazine

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News

[book id=’2′ /] China’s Growing Sands appears in the August issue of The Beijinger this month. For the foreign community in Beijing, the magazine needs no introduction as it is a well-known steady source of news, events and happenings in and around the Beijing area. I’ve put the layout into a handy piece of software which allows […]

3 August

Are you enjoying this blog?

Posted by Sean Gallagher in News

If the answer is yes, then please take a moment to visit the PhotoBlog Awards 2009 website here, where you can vote for this blog. Once through to the PhotoBlog Awards site just go to the ‘vote’ icon in the top-left corner next to the name of the blog, click and then register on the […]

3 August

Photo of the Week | 03.08.09 | Aquarium

Posted by Sean Gallagher in Editorial Photography | 2 comments

This week’s ‘Photo of the Week’ is a choice in response to a video I saw last week online which I quite enjoyed. The video was of an aquarium in Okinawa, Japan filmed for nearly 5 minutes accompanied by a music track. Whilst a relatively simple concept, the video reminded me of a recent trip I made to Beijing’s own aquarium […]