“Waiting” (see left) is currently hanging in the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition which is open to the public from 10 June.
Royal Academy of Arts, London; 4 June – 12 August, 2012
“Choices” was exhibited at the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition. Scott was profiled in the BBC Culture Show in connection with his selection.
The Art Show, Park Avenue Armory, New York; 7 – 11 March, 2012
A limited edition of “Untitled” was exhibited and sold at the Art Show, organised annually by the Art Dealers Association of America to benefit Henry Street Settlement.
The PhotoVoice Auction of Exceptional Photographs; 22 November 2011
A limited edition of “Untitled” (see below) was exhibited and sold as part of the auction to benefit PhotoVoice, a charity who’s objective is for a world in which no one is denied the opportunity to speak out and be heard by building skills within disadvantaged and marginalised communities. People are supported to use innovative participatory photography and digital storytelling methods so that they have the opportunity to represent themselves and create tools for advocacy and communications to achieve positive social change.
Royal Academy of Arts, London; 7 June–15 August, 2011
In June 2011 “Evening Light” and “Untitled” were selected to be exhibited at the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition.
The Art Show, Park Avenue Armory, New York; 2 – 6 March, 2011
An edition of “Evening Light” was exhibited at the Art Show, organised annually by the Art Dealers Association of America to benefit Henry Street Settlement. The limited edition photograph was sold with proceeds benefiting Henry Street Settlement.
The PhotoVoice Auction of Exceptional Photographs; 23 November 2010
A limited edition of “Three Barns” was exhibited and sold benefiting PhotoVoice.
Looking Back, Hamilton’s Gallery, London; September, 2010
In September 2010 Scott Mead exhibited his fine art photographs at Hamiltons Gallery,London to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. All profits raised from the exhibition, supported by Hamiltons Gallery, were donated to help create a new Gene and Cell Therapy Laboratory, providing a vital diagnostic and treatment service for children requiring a life-saving Bone Marrow Transplant at Great Ormond Street Hospital. One of Scott’s children was treated for and cured of life threatening leukaemia as a baby at the hospital. Since then Mead has been a deeply committed supporter of the hospital and served as an associate non-executive director from 2004-09. A selection of photographs from the exhibition can be found in the portfolio section.