Fresh Faced & Wild Eyed

Opening today at the Photographers’ Gallery in London is freshfacedandwildeyed, the gallery’s annual display of work by recent UK graduates…

Pause, January 2009, by Özant Kamaci

 

Opening today at the Photographers’ Gallery in London is freshfacedandwildeyed, the gallery’s annual display of work by recent UK graduates…

 

The show features work by 28 artists and photographers who have all graduated from UK-based courses in the last year. They were chosen by a panel of experts including artist Stephen Gill, photography journalist Sean O’Hagan, Kitty Anderson from The Common Guild, Glasgow, and Brett Rogers, director of The Photographers’ Gallery.

 

Jonathan, from the series Anachronisms, March 2009, by Steven Barritt

 

For those that can’t make it into the gallery, the selected works will also all appear on the Photographers’ Gallery website, at photonet.org.uk/freshfacedandwildeyed2010.

 

Lancer Village, 2009, by Charlotte Rea

 

The Lack of Sequence, 2008, by Anna Linderstam

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