Photography series by Sergey Melnitchenko
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Photography: William Cooper-Mitchell Text: Bridie Riley The Exact Opposite of Wherever reveals an intimate and thoughtful view on the world that William Cooper-Mitchell inhabits. In contrast to much of his vibrant, colour works, this latest project pushes deeper into the grainy world of black and white abstract photography. The subtle relationship between each diptych reveals […]
Photography: Jamie Firminger Text: Bridie Riley Jamie Firminger’s practice explores camera-less photography techniques. His images provide a representation of reality notably distinct from the standard ‘perspectival gaze’ of a human eye or conventional camera. Each image does not recognizably denote its indexical subject on a ‘like to like’ basis, but instead provides a chemical and optical […]
Photography: Justin Clifford Rhody “Only chance is fair” –Frederick Sommer Although I don’t particularly get a rise from gambling in itself, there’s something mysteriously endearing about an environment in which “the numbers” are against you and an impractical belief in luck functions as the major impetus of operations. The horse track is a traffic jam of individualised belief systems […]
Photography: Yvette Monahan The Time of Dreaming the World Awake is a portrait of a place, a landscape of possibility. This photographic body of work is based in a small region in Southern France. I was drawn there initially by the story of Bugarach, the ‘magic’ mountain. Bugarach was somehow connected to a Mayan prophecy which […]
Artworks: Kate Robertson Cosmic Walk and Other Learnings explores experiential learning and focuses on the understanding of the Deep Ecology movement which supports the idea that human species are part of the Earth, not separate from it. Deep Ecology considers human life is possible because of a harmonious balance of interdependent relationships between non-human organisms and […]
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Coinciding with the V&A’s current Dior exhibition, Proud gallery presents a retrospective look into the designer’s life through an intimate photography exposé.
‘A Bird Flies Backwards’ is Quirke’s first solo-show since winning the Photography Week 01 prize last year at FREE RANGE.