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SHOWING POSTS IN September 2016

29 Sep 2016

NORTHERN DRIFTING BY JULIA BAIER

It moves / It seethes / It crumbles / It breaks / It contains stories / It deceives / It drifts   Julia Baier recently travelled to Iceland and responds to the stark Icelandic landscape in a new black and white series. Iceland lies on two continental plates that are drifting apart, in the process shaking the grounds, causing volcanoes to erupt and water to boil. The landscape is extreme: black lava rocks meet snow, moss meets solid slabs of stone, hot waters meet cold air. Read more...
22 Sep 2016

Youth Without Age, Life Without Death: Chapter 1 BY LAURA PANNACK

Laura Pannack’s latest exhibition will be shown at Francesca Maffeo Gallery in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, starting in late October. Captured over the past four years, Laura’s images are set in Romania and explores the fragility of life though time, journeys, and the cycle of life and death. Inspired by a Romanian folktale, the exhibition invites people to embark upon their own journey, presenting a combination of still life, landscapes, and portraits, all shot on expired film. Read more...
08 Sep 2016

Superheroes by Julia Marie Werner

For Werner, the power of imagination and fantasy reigns supreme. This is most evident in her famous Tschikko the Big City Lion series, but can be found in her other, fanciful work. For Superheroes, she shows that children can create their own realities, embracing the powers of their dreams. With those dreams, they can grow up to be real world superheroes.