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Chrystel Lebas



suaeda fruticosa
Re-visiting - Suaeda fruticosa, Blakeney - Plate N303 Blakeney, June 2014, 5258.546'N10.015'E   ©chrystel lebas all rights reserved


SSHoP (Scottish Society for the History of Photography) Annual Photographer’s Lecture, Scottish National Galleries, Friday 30 November, 6–7pm

Field Studies: Walking through Landscapes and Archives special edition will be exhibited at Sara Kay Gallery, New York, Landscape: Division and Development, Works on Paper from Dürer to Hockney, 13th September 2018 – 17th November 2018

Solo Exhibition at Groundwork Gallery: Chrystel lebas/ Regarding Nature
23rd June 2018 – 16th September 2018

Guest speaker at De Donkere Kamer #36 Leeuwarden, DDK is a collaboration between DuPho, Pakhuis de Zwijger Amsterdam and PhotoQ, the event is organised in parallel to the Noordelicht Festival
9th July 2018, 19:30 - 21:30, at De Neushoorn Leeuwarden, free event

Field Studies: Walking through Landscapes and Archives, designed by Hans Gremmen and published by Fw: books winner of the Kraszna Krausz Best Photography Book 2018, exhibited at Photo London, Sommerset House, 17-20 May 2018

A selection from my series Weeds and Aliens Studies, commissioned by the FT Magazine "My London" published during Photo London 2017 will be exhibited at Peckham 24, opening Friday 18th May until 20th May, to coincide with Photo London 2018

Field Studies: Walking through Landscapes and Archives, designed by Hans Gremmen and published by Fw: books won the Best Dutch book design 2016 and is exhibited at The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 29 Sept.- 29 Oct. 2017

Solo Exhibition at The Photographers Gallery London: Chrystel lebas/ Regarding Nature
23rd June 2017 – 5th August 2017

Solo Exhibition at Huis Marseille, Museum for Photography, Amsterdam: Chrystel lebas/ Regarding Nature
10th December 2016 – 5th March 2017: https://www.huismarseille.nl/en/tentoonstelling/chrystel-lebas/

A selection of Re-visiting is exhibited at The Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh: The View From Here: Landscape Photography at the National Galleries of Scotland
October 2016 until April 2017: https://www.nationalgalleries.org/whatson/on-now-coming-soon/the-view-from-here/

Article written by Camilla Brown, The evolving relationship between an artist and the landscape in the work of Chrystel Lebas, in Photomonitor:

UNSEEN Amsterdam Photo Fair 23-25 September 2016 with The Photographers’ Gallery: https://www.unseenamsterdam.com/photographers/chrystel-lebas

Natural History Museum London film produced by Sally Weale, recording interviews and fieldwork with artist Chrystel Lebas and scientists Dr Mark Spencer (Senior botanist)
and Kath Castillo (botanist and biologist) collaboration looking at Sir Edward James Salisbury collection: Looking at past habitats through a modern lens:

Observing Environmental Change: Chrystel Lebas and the Sir Edward James Salisbury Collection,
Natural History Museum London
: http://tinyurl.com/k8vwoxp