Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert

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Common Ground

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Another gallery, another show!

My Document Scotland colleagues, Stephen McLaren, Colin McPherson and Sophie Gerrard and I have a show on at present at Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow, Scotland. Each of us shows one body of work, and we’ve also invited the photographers, Abbie Trayler-Smith, Jack Latham, James O Jenkins and Gawain Barnard, of the Welsh photography collective A Fine Beginning to show with us.

My contribution to the show is a series of portraits, from the ongoing project ‘Unsullied And Untarnished’, of the Common Riding festivals of the Scottish Borders. Two of them are here…

'Lucky' from Unsullied And Untarnished, 2014. ©Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert 2014, all rights reserved.

‘Lucky’ from Unsullied And Untarnished, 2014. ©Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert 2014, all rights reserved.

 

'Kevin Smith, Peebles Cornet' from Unsullied And Untarnished, 2014. ©Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert 2014, all rights reserved.

‘Kevin Smith, Peebles Cornet’ from Unsullied And Untarnished, 2014. ©Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert 2014, all rights reserved.

 

The show, with the loose them of ‘home and community’, runs until October 19th.

More informations is available here on the Street Level Works website, or you can download the press release here.

To coincide with the show we’ve published an 84-page flu colour book of the work on show in Common ground, along with some work from our Beyond The Border show at Impressions Gallery, Bradford, and with essays by curators Anne McNeill and Malcolm Dickson. The publication costs £10.00 plus package and posting in the UK and can be ordered here.

 

Common Ground publication.

Common Ground publication.

 

Common Ground publication.

Common Ground publication.

 

Common Ground publication.

Common Ground publication.

 

I hope you can make it along to the show, if not then the publication will give you a very good flavour of it…and more!

Thanks for reading as always.

 

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