See the world through the eyes of new photographic talent from The Glasgow School of Art at London hotel citizenM this weekend. Life through a lens...
BY DEE IVA
Head to London's design-led citizenM hotel in Bankside this weekend to see 'PLACE', an exhibition of work by BA Fine Art Photography students from iconic college The Glasgow School of Art. A sense of place is the thread connecting the images on show and with subjects varying from bathrooms to spooky landscapes, it's a mixed bag of representational and highly personal studies.
ABOVE: 'Sans Titre', Julien Richaudaud
ABOVE RIGHT: 'Find The Real Country', Barbara Loisch
BELOW: 'Efter Solhverv 3', Mia Rewitz
ABOVE: 'GAcolor555', Casper Alsøe
A select judging panel chose three winners from the 15 exhibiting students with Fizz favourite Mia Rewitz's haunting landscapes scooping top prize. We also love Casper Alsøe's poetic depiction of nature's refusal to be dominated by man-made structures, Barbara Loisch's painterly abstractions and a surreal urban trompe l'oeil by Julien Richaudaud.
'PLACE' is on now until 9 June 2016 at citizenM, 20 Lavington Street, Bankside, London SE1