After being showcased in our sample 13 exhibition, Kyler Zeleny has released a new photobook on his body of work ‘Out West’. The book is compiled of photographs of the outback of America, rusty cars, seemingly abandoned neighbourhoods and buildings. A book that explores the quiet pace and soul of America rarely shared to those […]
Monthly Archives: June 2014
Dougie Wallace is fast becoming one of the most iconic street photographers of our generation. With his own unique style, his photographs are instantly reconisable. To celebate the book ‘Stags, Hens & Bunnies: A Blackpool Story’ we are launching its release to the general public at our Gallery in London.
Illustrator Holly Sharpe is pushing into a new direction. Talking exclusively to theprintspace, Holly discusses the transition from small to large scale art works.
‘The Wonderland’ by Jaejin Hwang captures surreal moments of our daily lives. The photographer has taken photos of people and animals for several years and found a certain connection between them.
Concerned with how much our lives are documented through CCTV cameras, photographer Mark Massey new series ‘Surveillance’ looks at these invading eyes into our every day lives and how they have become accepted and part of the normal.
We discovered Jago Silver‘s work while printing his beautiful illustrations. Here we show you more of the portfolio of the award winning children’s book illustrator.
The Southampton Solent Graduate Show, private view at theprintspace on the 5th June 2014 until the 13th June.
Support Street Photographer David Lykes Keenan‘s Kickstarter campaign to fund the publication of ‘Fair Witness: Street Photography for the 21st Century’.