PHOTO PIONEER: PHOTO PRIMITIVE
Following on from the highly successful 2014 show Making Time: New Photographic Constructions, and 2015 show Photo Pioneer: Photo Primitive at Penwith Society Gallery. William Arnold, Andy Hughes, Melanie King and Oliver Raymond Barker will be exhibiting new works that utilise a range of analogue and digital processes to generate their individual visions. From William Arnold’s beautiful sequence of cameraless botanical prints to Mel King’s astronomical cyanotypes that ‘draw from the heavens’ ; from Andy Hughes iconic Plastic Photo-Totem to Oliver Raymond-Barker’s visceral prints exploring the nature of stone – this show is an exciting exploration into landscape and the material potential of photography.
Photo Pioneer: Photo Primitive is part of an ongoing concern to develop new audiences and opportunities for the photographic arts within Cornwall. Photo Pioneer: Photo Primitive is a partner of the London Alternative Photography Collective.
In association with UAL Photography and the Archive Research Centre (PARC).
Saturday 4th March 2-6pm, Sunday 5th March 2-6pm
Private View: 2nd March, 6.30 -8:30pm
St John on Bethnal Green
200 Cambridge Heath Road
London, E2 9PA