Exhibition

InCase.4 ‘Heavier than a death in the family’

From: 16th November 2017 12:00 pm

To: 3rd December 2017 4:00 pm

Intercession Printmaking Studio and Gallery

Intercession Gallery First Floor, The Tower 54 Kingswell Street, Northampton, NN1 1PR

InCase.4 ‘Heavier than a death in the family’

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InCase.4 ‘Heavier than a death in the family’.

This show brings together the work of two photographers who, on the surface, have very differing practices, William Bunce and Petr Strouhal.

William Bunce’s work is rooted in still life, spanning editorial, advertising and fine art. He often collaborates with set designers, sculptors, and other artists, to encourage visually unique and serendipitous images.

For InCase the work that was selected from Bunce forms part of his personal portfolio ‘Metamorphosis’.

Petr Strouhal is a photographer who currently combines a large format analogue film camera with scanning technology. Owing to the slow nature of this process Strouhal is able to manipulate and edit the image as it is being recorded. What emerges is a distorted, deformed world often sinister and sometimes humorous.

Private view is Saturday 18th November 2017. 6 – 9pm.

The exhibition runs from Thursday 16th November to Sunday 3rd December 2017.

Opening times Thursday – Sunday 12-4pm or by appointment.

Intercession Gallery
First Floor, The Tower
54 Kingswell Street
Northampton
NN1 1PR

www.intercessiongallery.co.uk
www.willbunce.com
www.petrstrouhal.com

‘Heavier than a death in the family’ is curated by Luke Harby.

http://slackwise.org.uk/

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https://incasecurate.tumblr.com/

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