And so we have our next exhibition starting tomorrow! SCAPE is a photography exhibition bought to you by the Vision Collective. Prints and originals are available to buy. The opening will be on Sunday the 21st 2-5pm.
See our website for more details!
If you couldn’t make it down for the private view, fear not, there is still plenty of time to come down and see the fantastic work we have on show. For a closer look, here is some more detailed info about the photographers and their work…
This evening as part of Release,the Nottingham Trent University Photography Festival 2012, we have the private view of 3 photography students - Alexandra Wallace, Tom Willet and Emily Thorp.
Running from 6-8pm, come down and help support and celebrate the hard work of this years crop of photography graduates!
Check the facebook page for details of the other private views happening over the next couple of weeks -
Next Monday sees the opening of the Nottingham Trent University Photo Festival 2012, Release.
The Malt Cross will play host to Alexandra Wallace, Tom Willett and Emily Thorp, 3 photography students whose talent, hard work and passion is clearly evident in their work.
The private view will be on the 22nd May from 6pm. Come down and take a look!
We’re very excited about the upcoming NTU photography degree show! Release will run from the 21st May to the 1st June and the Malt Cross Gallery is proud to be one of the venues involved.
Showcasing a varied and diverse range of work, Malt Cross will play host to 3 photographers, who after 3 years of hard work and growth as creative individuals, will be showcasing their photography practise.
The private view will be on Tuesday the 22nd May from 6pm onwards.
TONIGHT! Private View of The Bears Are Watching Us at The Malt Cross Gallery. Photographer Ronnie McDermid invites us to journey through imaginations, life, landscapes and memories.
On until the 5th May, open daily from 11am until 6pm.
An interesting project from Canadian based artist Jon Rafman. A collection of some of the weird, wonderful and down right strange images captured on google street view.
An intervention into the lives and surroundings of our planet, providing incidental and sometimes disturbing images that are an instantaneous snapshot of what is occurring, as we speak. Some look to be staged protests at the invasion of our privacy, others an undercover portrait of people’s lives and some, just a lucky snapshot of serendipitous occurrences.