I Am Not Tom Pope You Are All Tom Pope

    Tom Pope was Archisle International Photographer in Residence 2015. As our third Photographer in Residence and recipient of the Archisle Residency Award Pope produced a new body of work in Jersey during the summer of 2015. His solo exhibition I Am Not Tom Pope You Are All Tom Pope was presented at The Old Town Police Station, Royal Square, St Helier in September 2015. To view an online gallery and a short film about the project please visit the following link.

    I Am Not Tom Pope You Are All Tom Pope



    Atlantus is a transoceanic photography project between Martin Toft and the Archisle Project. Prompted in part by the 350th anniversary in 2014 of Sir George Carteret naming of the State of New Jersey after Jersey his island home in 1664, the project asks how two places that share a name on opposite sides of the Atlantic Ocean perceive each other within archives and cultural memory? Atlantus tells a story in which estranged lands of incomparable scale come together in poetic gestures that ask us: what’s in a name?

    Atlantus Project Gallery


    Call for Applications: Archisle International Photographer in Residence 2017

    The Archisle Residency in back! After taking a break in 2016 the call for applications for the Archisle International Photographer in Residence Programme 2017 is now live. The residency invites photographers to live, work and teach in Jersey for six months. The winning artist receives a £10,000 award for the production of new work. Full details here >> more

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    View towards the Waterfront and the construction of Jersey’s International Finance Centre, St Helier, Jersey, 18 February 2016
    Photograph from Masterplan – A Visual Record of Finance. Click on the image to visit