Guild Gallery, 68 Park Street, Bristol BS1 5JY

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Saturday 25 May 2019 – Saturday 15 June 2019
Opening Hours: 10 - 5pm
Admission Fee: Free

This exhibition of film-originated photographs celebrates the medium of silver-based photography, with black & white and colour images drawn from the last thirty years. The interaction between people and the spaces we use, the traces we leave and the changes we make, can be benign rather than destructive; this is the subject of many of these photographs. The camera faithfully records what is in front of it, yet the manner of its use can present this reality in very different ways;  from the subtlety of black and white imagery in some photographs to the vivid colour and movement of others.

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