PRLog - Sep. 4, 2012 - Students from the University of Westminster MA Photojournalism will be showcasing exciting new work at the prestigious Ambika P3 Gallery at the University’s Marylebone campus from 11 September to 13 September 2012 in an exhibition entitled ‘Here and There’.
'Here and There' The road to Sardarapat
The photographs on display examine and reveal the ordinary and extraordinary, from intimate stories of family members, to internationally significant social issues from such diverse locations as Saudi Arabia, Russia, Belarus, Cyprus, Yemen, Brazil and Armenia.
‘Here and There’ offers a glimpse of the changing face of photojournalism as it transitions from the newspaper pages to the exhibition walls, by some of its most talented new exponents.
The exhibition is curated by course staff Max Houghton and Ben Edwards and is supported by London’s leading photographic printers, Metro Imaging, which will be awarding one student a year-long mentoring opportunity, to be judged by Steve Macleod, creative director of Metro Imaging, and Jason Larkin, MA Photojournalism alumnus and award-winning photographer.
A limited edition catalogue, with a foreword by course leader Max Houghton, is also available.
The exhibition opens with a private viewing on Tuesday 11 September from 6.30pm.
Press preview tickets - Tickets for the private view to the exhibition and requests to reproduce images should be made to: Westminster@
University of Westminster
35 Marylebone Road
London NW1 5LS
Tuesday 11 September 2012 from 6.30pm to 9pm
Wednesday 12 September and Thursday 13 September from 11am to 7pm
For media passes and further information on the exhibition please contact:
Sarah Evans-Toyne, Lianne Robinson or Chiara Barreca
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7726 6111
The list of exhibitors include: Will Berridge, Zlata Rodionova, Kevin Ricks, Anastasia Shpilko, Tobin Jones, Olmo Rodríguez Roces, Pio De Rose, Kristjan-Jaak Tammsaar, Krisztina Kovacs, Andrea Lestrange, Livia Bonadio, Faye De Gannnes, Michele Zambon, Michael McGuinness, Camilla Watkins, Sukruti Staneley, Fabio Pezzarini, Chiara Tomasoni, Rebekka Hodges, Katarzyna Ciechanowska, Matteo Di Giovanni, Marwah AlMugait, Cheng Zeng, Elizabeth Waight, Phil Clarke-Hill, Daniel Norwood.
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