Join us at Art Bermondsey Project Space for the private view of “A Beautiful Silence” – an exhibition by Olympus Ambassador and award-winning Landscape Photographer – Steve Gosling.
In November 2016, Steve had the pleasure of being an instructor on a Luminous Landscape workshop to South Georgia & Antarctica. Both locations had been on his bucket list for some time so to for him to have the opportunity to see and photograph their incredible landscapes was “too good to be true”. This exhibition and the accompanying book tells the photographic story of his adventure.
“It’s not a travel journal but more a collation of the wide variety of subjects that stirred a response in me – from graphic/abstract images to landscapes and the wildlife we saw along the way. It is a mixture of both colour and B&W images as I didn’t want to be restricted to one or the other. The images reflect my visual and emotional response to what I witnessed and I chose the equipment, techniques and mode of presentation that best communicated my response to those stimuli.”
To coincide with Steve’s London exhibition and book launch, there will be a VIP private view (with drinks and snacks). During the evening Steve will give a short talk on some of the concepts and ideas behind his images to give you an exclusive insight into his photographic approach, followed by a Q & A session.
“My son tells me that I have the best job in the world. I think he might just be right!”
Places are strictly limited and entrance is by ticket only. Tickets can be obtained by booking below and are available on a first come, first served basis.
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