Exhibition of emerging photographers at Kensington & Chelsea College
A new generation of talented photographers are coming together to debut their work in a stunning boundary pushing exhibition at Kensington and Chelsea College.
‘Exposed’ is the culmination of a year’s work from students on the college’s BTEC National Diploma in Photography, and brings together an eclectic collection of work exploring a range of photographic concepts and styles.
To view a selection of images being featured in Exposed visit: http://tinyurl.com/mt46lak
Describing the show Bruce Tanner, Head of Photography at Kensington and Chelsea College said:
“Finding an individual voice in a world so packed with images is one of the hardest things to do and this year’s students have really managed to achieve this. Presenting something different, they have needed to trawl back and forth through the history of photographic processes and combined this with modern digital techniques to produce a show that is stunning and inspiring.”
Among the styles of work being highlighted are fashion, documentary and fine art photography.
The exhibition is free and runs from Friday July 19 until Friday July 26
Guests also have the opportunity to meet the photographers during a Private View being held on Thursday July 18, 6.30pm – 9.00pm.
Many of the one-off pieces in the exhibition are also on sale, giving guests the chance to snap up exclusive prints produced by emerging new talent.
The exhibition and private view will be held in the Carlyle Building, on Hortensia Road, SW10 0QS. The exhibition is open weekdays only, from 9am-4pm.
Kensington and Chelsea College has an outstanding photography department which gives students access to fully equipped studios and a state of the art digital suite, as well as a brand new traditional darkroom, one of the few left In London.
Photography students at the college work on a range of projects including photo shoots with fashion graduates to photograph their end of year collections. The college’s innovative Photography Department was also widely featured in the national press after becoming the first in London to run a photography course for the iPhone called iPhonegraphy.
For more information about photography courses please visit www.kcc.ac.uk