tiistai 7. lokakuuta 2014

Brighton Photo Fringe & Photo Biennial

Brighton is one of my favourite places in England. I think the last time I was there was two years ago, so it's time to go there again. Tomorrow we're going to see Brighton Photo Fringe and Photo Biennial exhibitions. I picked up my favourites from their websites:

The Light at the End of the World by Rob Macdonald

Rob Macdonald has images of Tokyo, Shanghai and Hong Kong in his exhibition - paired with a show in Shoreditch. He has a great way of capturing light in his images for example in the series 'The Light Thief'.
Exhibition @ Moe's at the Circus

Photo: Rob Macdonald, http://www.photofringe.org/exhibitions

Delicate Threads by Tess Zahn

This exhibition captures the delicate shadow of a sentimental piece of cloth. Tess Zahn explores the detail and texture of the fabric using a traditional dark room technique, The Photogram.
Exhibition @ Pelican on Portland

Photo: Tess Zahn, http://www.photofringe.org/exhibitions

Because I Cannot See by Tom Pullen

'Because I Cannot See' is an exhibition that engages people with a sensory experience. It is a photography exhibition that can be also fully experienced by the visually impaired since the exhibition includes 3D tactile portraits alongside traditional photographic prints.
Exhibition @ The Miniclick Business Concern

Photo: Tom Pullen, http://www.photofringe.org/exhibitions

Brighton on yksi lempipaikoistani Englannissa. Noin kaksi vuotta sitten kävin siellä edellisen kerran, joten nyt on taas aika käväistä siellä uudelleen. Huomenna menemme tutustumaan Brighton Photo Fringe ja Photo Biennial näyttelyihin. Poimin muutaman suosikkini tapahtumien nettisivulta ks. kuvat yllä