Large A1 prints (70 × 100 cm frames) from my Tempus Fugit series are available from the Brighton-based interior design boutique/studio EatonNott.
EatonNott caters for those who seek the unusual, desirable and bizarre. A collaboration between two artists – Jess Eaton and Jon Nott – EatonNott sources and creates a range of marvels for the stylist or interior designer looking to really enchant their client.
(Note added in 2015: EatonNott have sadly ceased trading.)
I’ve just received an unconditional offer of a place on the University of Brighton’s highly regarded MA Photography degree course. I'm well chuffed as they have about 60–80 applicants but only a dozen or so places, and my first degree is in chemistry, not art! One of my tutor’s will be Magnum photographer Mark Power.
▲ Elsie, 1927, by Rich Cutler.
As part of the Brighton Festival Fringe 2011 I am in a group exhibition at AM Gallery Brighton, 4–17 May.
''This contemporary photography exhibition of international artists consists of four different shows: narrative (N), still life (S), abstract (A) and portrait (P). Aiming to enhance the interaction between the public and photographic medium, this exhibition provides a rare opportunity to see the creative works of talented artists from all over the world.''
▲ Installation view of my photographs in The Fringe Show N.S.A.P.
My memento mori series Tempus Fugit will be exhibited at Add the Colour Cafe/Gallery on North Road, just down the road from Brighton rail station: 10 January–14 February 2011. I am also presenting a talk on my work on Monday 14 February at 7 pm.
▲ Mnemosyne by Rich Cutler.