Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert

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Unsullied And Untarnished, in Wales.

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I’m pleased to say that a few images from my Unsullied And Untarnished series, about the Common Ridings of Scotland, will be travelling to Cardiff, Wales, early next month. The work will form my contribution to the joint ‘Common Ground’ show by Document Scotland and A Fine Beginning. This exhibition debuted at Street Level Photoworks in Autumn 2014, and will now move to The Millennium Centre in Cardiff, albeit with some updated Welsh work from the 5 photographers of A Fine Beginning.

Information about the show can be found here, Common Ground at Millennium Centre. The show will run from 5th February until 10th April, inclusive, and is free to attend.

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Common Ground. One Welsh collective. One Scottish collective. New Documentary Photography from Scotland and Wales.

Inspired by notions of ‘home’ and ‘community’, Common Ground brings together new work from two photographic collectives taking an outward-facing view of their respective home countries of Scotland and Wales. Working with diverse themes and ideas associated with distinctive national and cultural visual inspiration, this collective exhibition welds them together into a cohesive narrative, at times overlapping and continuously referencing and complementing each other.

This important and timely exhibition showcases ground-breaking new work from some of Wales and Scotland’s most celebrated contemporary photographers.

Formed in 2013, the Welsh collective A Fine Beginning is made up of photographers James O Jenkins, Jack Latham, Abbie Trayler- Smith and Gawain Barnard and showcases contemporary photography being made in and about Wales.

Document Scotland, formed in 2012 by Colin McPherson, Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert, Sophie Gerrard and Stephen McLaren, are responding to the global audience looking at Scotland at this, one of the most important times in the country’s history.

www.afinebeginning.com | @afinebeginning | info@afinebeginning.com

www.documentscotland.com | @DocuScotland

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