This exhibition brings together the photographs of four exceptional artists, each working with the representation of the human form.
The fabrication of individual male bodies into multi-limbed hybrids, makes Antony Crossfield's exploration of the male form at once unsettling, yet weirdly beautiful. Phillip Toledano’s highly-crafted images combine up-close physical observations that are imposing, detailed and display a dramatic illumination that is reminiscent of the chiaroscuro technique of Caravaggio. The psychological is played out in the compelling tableau vivants of Cornelia Hediger, whose pictorial narratives explore the conscious/unconscious. And, showing for the first time at the gallery, are the profoundly beautiful nudes made by Carla van de Puttelaar.