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Hotshoe Gallery

Exhibition Detail
Nine-Point Perspective: Ways of Seeing
29-31 Saffron Hill
London EC1N 8SW
United Kingdom


August 12th, 2011 - August 30th, 2011
Opening: 
August 11th, 2011 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
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Nine-Point Perspective: Ways of Seeing
12 August - 30 August 2011

 
Hotshoe Gallery - 29-31 Saffron Hill, Farringdon, London EC1N 8SW
www.hotshoeinternational.com

Opening hours: Tues - Sat 12-5pm
Private view: Thursday 11 August 6-9pm

 
The first Tri-pod Group Exhibition showcases the work of nine selected visual artists and photographers working on personal photographic and lens-based projects.

 
Participating artists are: Natasha Caruana, Zoe Childerley, Ellie Davies, Karen Grainger, Dean Hollowood, Judith Lyons, Sacha Lehrfreund, Wendy Pye and Melanie Stidolph.
 
The works in the show cut across different photographic genres and subject matter. However, they are all linked by a desire to explore alternative ways of presenting artistic works in a commercial gallery setting. In the spirit of collaboration and experimentation, each artist has been invited to give equal consideration to the public presentation of their work as well as the content.
 
Nine-Point Perspective: Ways of Seeing has been conceived of and co-curated by deputy and online editor of Hotshoe magazine Miranda Gavin with Tripod co-founder, Wendy Pye, and picture editor, Sacha Lehfreund, who are both participating artists.
 
These projects are a culmination of work developed as part of Tri-pod’s first research and development group held at Hotshoe Gallery from 2010-11. To see work by the group and read more about Tri-pod, visit www.tri-pod.co.uk


* This exhibition has been made possible with the kind support of Hotshoe Gallery and Hotshoe Magazine


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