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Photography Lecturers Exhibit in London

Dr Asa Johannesson and Martin Seeds both Lecturers, and practicing artists, on the BA(Hons) Photography course are exhibiting their work in a  group exhibition at the Borough Road Gallery, London.

Curated by Tom Lovelace the exhibition brings a focus onto the use and role of greyscale within contemporary photography and wider visual culture.
The list of participating artists includes, Esther Teichmann, Deo Suveera, Silvia Rosi, Elena Helfrecht andMartin Parr.

Opens  13th – 29th February, Borough Road Gallery, London
The exhibition will end with a programme of talks on Saturday 29th February

Main image credit, Eshter Teichmann
Image below from the left,  Asa Johannesson, Senta Simond

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Photography & Sculpture 2nd Yr Exhibition

Our  2nd year BA(Hons) Photography and BA(Hons) Fine Art Sculpture students have been working hard to create and deliver their exhibition and we hope you will join us for the opening night.
The private view will take place at Edward Street Gallery, University of Brighton, this coming Fri 31st of January from 5:30pm – 8pm

All are welome

If you’re unable to make the private view, the exhibition will also open to the public  during gallery opening hours until Thursday the 6th February.


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