Exhibition: Twenty Five

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Twenty Five are a group of emerging student photographers from NTU who represent 21st Century photographic practice, reflecting on time, space and contemporary issues. This exhibition consists of a variety of works, curated together to challenge the notions of a contemporary world and preconceptions about photography and identity in today's society.

  • From: Thursday 20 March 2014, 12 am
  • To: Sunday 30 March 2014, 12 am
  • Location: Bohunk Institute, 3 Fishergate Point, Lower Parliament Street, Nottingham, NG1 1GD

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Event details

Twenty Five are a group of emerging student photographers from NTU who represent 21st Century photographic practice, reflecting on time, space and contemporary issues. This exhibition consists of a variety of works, curated together to challenge the notions of a contemporary world and preconceptions about photography and identity in today's society.

Showcasing versatility, Twenty Five invite the viewer to form an engagement with the work through narrative, composition and a negotiation between genres. This exhibition exposes the everyday through the photographic medium while subjecting the viewer to the fresh photographic talent emerging from Nottingham Trent University today.

Featured in this exhibition are: Edward Bailey; Kelly Bestwick; Hugh Boyd; George Carberry; Elena Cruickshank; Eleanor Dean; Lauren Douglas; Ryan Eagles; Harriet Francis; Georgina Godfree; Emma Garton; Hannah Gibbons; Rebekah Lee; Kate Massey; Pierre Melion; James MacWilliam; Robyn McSweeney; Onyu Park; Hannah Preston; Victoria Pryor; Joy Selous; George Smith; Joshua Walker; Farrah Watts; and William Wong.

A private view for this exhibition will take place on Wednesday 19 March 2014, from 7 pm.

Find out more about Twenty Five on the Bohunk Institute website.

Location details

Address:

Bohunk Institute
3 Fishergate Point
Lower Parliament Street
Nottingham
NG1 1GD

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