last Saturday we went to the 10th annual
free range graduate photography show
at the Truman Brewery, London:
lots of emotion and angst bubbling
away with many of the works:
real gut wrenching head nodding familiarity
maybe it's a new breed of photographers:
or maybe it's a sign of the times:
things that caught our memory ....
Isabelle Brack ~ Untitled 2010:
things don't always have to be in focus to have impact:
Chris Mear ~ Grandma 2009:
love her suspicion + the lines and colour:
humour as we went in to the darkened room to see ....
the future of photography?
*taken through 3d glasses*
by Charlotte King:
Caroline Harbourne ~ Stolen Lives:
recreation of an image found on the internet:
we've all seen them on social networking sites:
she goes one step further ....
click this image to make it larger ☝
it makes you think:
Angelica Robinson ~ Perimeter:
love the format, images and narrative of this:
an illustration of a journey around the London Olympic site:
looking for an understanding of the impact it has on the
area and people: compelling and poignant:
Libbie's pick: she loved the whiteness of the
sheep as they fade into the hazy horizon:
* apologies to the artist as we didn't make note of the name*
my top picks ....
Helena Tkalez ~ Displaced:
one of a series of timeless shots taken at her late
Grandmothers house before it was sold:
the heart aching narrative of a Ukrainian lady,
a survivor of the Nazi labour camps:
who settled in the UK for 60 years:
objects, pictures and religious icons becoming 'displaced'
among family, friends and strangers:
Alma Haser ~ Paper:
apart from the folding of paper:
a passion of mine:
these gorgeously staged images tell a story:
if you want to believe them: