An exhibition of Tim Hetherington’s excellent, emotionally charged photography work is currently on display at Open Eye Gallery. Whereas a whole exhibition of high standard work would usually warrant an long, blow-by-blow review, there is a piece currently on display there that not only sums up the whole show but also requires a full and proper write-up all of its own. The piece is a … Continue reading Diary (2010) – Tim Hetherington (Open Eye Gallery).
Mishka Henner appears to be a photographer that seeks out new meanings within culture and already defined norms; seeking out these new perspectives by literally looking at them from a geographically different view point. His work is of an extremely modern nature, very obviously influenced by the age of globalisation and force-fed by internet and digital culture. The images are literally bursting with allegory, desperate … Continue reading Mishka Henner + Edith Tudor-Hart – Open Eye Gallery.
It seems an obvious choice for a photography exhibition to focus on the elements of light and shadow. These are two of the main factors that affect the perceived quality of a photograph yet, as a creative theme, it works as a brilliant starting point for A Lecture Upon The Shadow. Taking six artists from both the North West and Shanghai, the exhibition hints at … Continue reading A Lecture Upon The Shadow + E. Chambre Hardman: Landscapes (Open Eye Gallery)