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Hi5 Photographers at Nutmeg House

Hi5's first collaborative show, a collection of contemporary photographic work showcasing portraiture, street photography and graphic design based imagery.

Alan Abercrombie

A photographer with twenty years' experience specialising in monochrome photography and now shoots only digital. People are his main preoccupation, street life, photojournalism and protests are other areas that he captures in a manner that interests the viewer. Alan's work for this show is comprised of some truly great delights taken in and around the London region.

Phil Drake

His true love is the black and white image. Initially concentrating on landscapes and now exploring the urban landscape.
Phil's own style of black and white pictures and graphic images concentrate on ordinary subjects to be found on the streets of our modern cities. In this exhibition his digital colour images, range from abstracts to street scenes in London.

Ike Egbetola

Ike focuses mainly on producing monochrome abstract images of everyday familiar objects whether at home or on the street. For this show there is a brief segue into colour including a series of photographs taken using a mobile phone.

Antony Smith

Antony's quest is to abstract the sublime, odd, novel, or new from the mundane daily routines of living in London. Instead of rushing on and passing by, Antony visually absorbs every essence of detail.

Tillie Jane

Back in the day, a 'black and white' day - Now it's all about pimping with pixels! In this exhibition Tillie Jane shares her creative vision with some folio SLR digital images concentrating on colour also medium format traditional black and white.

  • Tue-Fri 2pm-8pm; Sat 11am-4pm
  • FREE

1st floor

Nutmeg House
60 Gainsford Street, London, SE1 2NY
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