Fen Ditton Gallery
Just a short bike ride along the river from Cambridge you’ll find Fen Ditton Gallery, an inviting space run by artist/photographer Lotte Attwood and daughter Hannah Munby. Housed in a converted Victorian National School Building, the contemporary gallery is elegance personified. And unlike some galleries, which can feel intimidating, this is a welcoming place in a domestic setting; it’s actually located in Lotte’s home!
Since opening in May 2018, the gallery has been working with independent curator Amanda Game to bring an exciting exhibition programme featuring well-known and up-and-coming artists from around the world.
With Lotte’s lifelong passion, and the support of Amanda, the gallery has established black and white photography as a key part of its on-going programme.
This Spring, the gallery welcomes back photographer Paul Hart joined by Dewi Lewis Publishing, for the official UK book launch of the third in his stunning and evocative fenland series – Reclaimed, accompanied by a pop-up exhibition curated by Amanda.
Photographers of the 1970’s, curated by Lotte and Hannah, follows, and showcases a collection of iconic images from photographers who lived and worked in London in the 70s, including unseen images of fashion designer Mary Quant and her collections.
Each year the gallery holds an annual exhibition exploring the natural world and donates a percentage of sales to an environmental organisation. This summer, PlantLife, will celebrate all things botanical in a mixed, cross-disciplinary exhibition.
Fen Ditton Gallery hold creative workshops and talks, bringing art to a wide audience. They also are pleased to offer art consultancy services to Cambridge and the surrounding area and have experience placing works of art into the homes of private clients.
23 High Street