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Alternative Process Exhibition at the Engine Room | The Victorian Photographer



Alternative Process Exhibition at the Engine Room

'Private View' by Karen Harvey

We both have work on display at the Alternative Process exhibition at John Kiely’s gallery space, The Engine Room at Woodend Mill in Mossley. John’s piece is a tintype he took of artist Vineta Gailite at our event in Todmorden and mine is an ambrotype titled ‘The Cry’, originally included in The Mask Series.

Photographers exhibiting in Alternative Process are: John Brewer, Anthony Carr, Andrew Chisholm, Charlotte Davenport, Rachael Edgar, Anthony Firmin, Brittonie Fletcher, Emma Graney, Karen Harvey, Kate Horsley, John Kiely, Melanie King, Travis Lovell, Nieves Mingueza, Amy Rockett-Todd, Jonathon Ryan, Michele Selway

Karen Harvey at Shutter Hub has put up a nice blog about the private view, with lots of pictures of the night. She says:

“Over 100 people stepped through door into the fabulous alternative photography space, run by Shutter Hub member John Kiely, and joined us for our opening event. The Engine Room is an intriguing and comfortable place; people chatted and laughed, relaxed on the sofa and chairs and viewed the work eagerly. It was really wonderful to be in such an inspiring an awesome location, with some excellent photographs and photography lovers, amongst some of the best alternative photography you could hope to see!” [Read more…]

The exhibition continues until Sun 7th December 2014, Saturday and Sunday 10am – 6pm at The Engine Room, Mill 1, Woodend Mills, Manchester Rd, Mossley, Ashton under Lyne, Lancs, OL5 9RR.

Viewing by appointment during the exhibition, contact John at The Engine Room on 07736 849 388. For further information go here.

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