PhotoHastings Ezine

The Online Digital Magazine & Newsletter

Each issue, a PhotoHastings members’ practice chosen at random, will be profiled about their work, to include images and an artist statement. We are also writing and seeking original photo-book and exhibition reviews, both regional and in London, being our nearest major city. We will also be running feature articles which we feel are interesting to our readers and subscribers, and we will be collating and sharing a listing round up of exhibitions both regional and London based in our mail-outs.

If you have any events or news to share that is relevant to the PhotoHastings community or have ideas about what you might like to see in the ezine please get in touch with us via info@photohastings.org.

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Cornelia Parker at Tate Britain Reviewed

Cornelia Parker at Tate Britain Reviewed

As one of Britain’s leading contemporary artists, Cornelia Parker (born 1956) is responsible for some of the most unique and unforgettable artworks of the past thirty years. I have always admired her practice and was very excited to visit this major exhibition.

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Men Alone by Val Williams

Men Alone by Val Williams

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