Free Range 2014: Photography highlights (week 1)

Free Range is once again taking over the Truman Brewery on Brick Lane in London, bringing together graduate shows from around the country. CR’s Antonia Wilson selects some of her favourite work from week one of the photography shows, from Westminster, East London, Edinburgh Napier, De Montfort, Roehampton and USC.

Free Range is once again taking over the Truman Brewery on Brick Lane in London, bringing together graduate shows from around the country. CR’s Antonia Wilson selects some of her favourite work from week one of the photography shows, from Westminster, East London, Edinburgh Napier, De Montfort, Roehampton and USC.

Lead image above: Katie Harris (De Montfort)


From the Gravity series, by Tomas Januska (East London)

Overlooked and Ignored, by Sam Wood (Edinburgh Napier)

Frm the Pictures for a Family Album series, by Lauren Carter (UCS)

Pests, by Nicoline Vormedal Sandwith (Roehampton)

From the Glasgow Mods series, by Lisa Boyd (Edinburgh Napier)

Untitled (Resting), by Ruth Bridget Brennan (Westminster)

From British Subculture, by Lewis Simpson (Westminster)

Kyra Campbell (Westminster)

From the Holy Wear series by Guiseppe Piazza (Roehampton)

From Acid Dream/Liquid Sky, by Kevin Couchman (Westminster)

Termination by Razeena Haque (De Montfort)

From the Form of Animals series, by Rusty Fox (East London)

Silver Loop moving image installation, by Jack Hirons (Westminster)

 

The shows above run until 16 June, (with week two’s shows running from 19-23)

www.free-range.org.uk

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