Shadowlands: Alternative Photography Processes
26 – 30 October 2022
Multiple interpretations of alternative process photography from a small selection of PhotoHastings artists and guests.
#4 Tim Willcocks
31 October 2022 ongoing
Inanimate Reason : Surreal photographs referencing post-memory, memory and experience, realised using a pinhole process
#3 Anne Mason
24 October 2022 ongoing
In Power : A personal comment on the state of the UK power industry considering two examples of missed opportunities to put to put clean electricity production at the top of our national agenda
#1 Roger Hopgood
10 October 2022 ongoing
Noble Salvage : Constructions of broken, mismatched plates suggesting a ‘paradise’ lost, or alternatively, an attempt to keep a certain picture of the world in place
Photohastings Summer Exhibition
20 – 30 July 2021
Presenting an exciting and dynamically diverse selection of photographic images
We Baked All Our Own Bread
October – December 2020
“We Baked All Our Own Bread” (one mischief always leads to another) – photographs made during and subsequent to, the lock-down earlier this year. The title references the book by Daniel Defoe, ‘A Journal of the Plague Year’, a fictionalised account of one man’s experiences of the Great Plague of London in the year 1665, being pertinent to the situation that we find ourselves in today.
Back to Normal - A Sense of Familiarity
12 – 16 October 2022
An observation exploring the definition of normality as an ideal life, a provided standard, something safe, familiar, and comfortable.
ONE|TO|TEN - Neale Willis
29 October 2022 ongoing
“They may draw a small house, just big enough for themselves, or very high windows, since they cannot reach them.”
#2 Robin Hutt
17 October 2022 ongoing
The Ever Moving Shadow : ‘The present is the ever moving shadow that divides yesterday from tomorrow. In that lies hope’ Frank Lloyd Wright
Photopia - "All togther, we are different"
19 – 29 July 2022
Photopia’s inaugural photographic exhibition that combines a selection of work and practices from fourteen PH contributors.
Objects of Life – Still Life Photography
13 – 26 October 2021
Celebrating the genre of the still life either by observation, encounter or arrangement
In The Beginning…
18 May 2021
An exhibition by Jeremy Llewellyn-Jones. Making photographs of the landscape reveals what history and time have done as the past is always present. There is clear evidence of huge environmental shifts over millennia embedded in the geography and geological upheavals. Also evident are the scars of human intervention. It’s a narrative that is constantly rewritten.
The Outside In Project
From May 2020 ongoing
Outside In is: The wild indoors? : The domestic outdoors? : Safe wildness? : Where outside and inside meet?
Nature in enclosed spaces? : or however you choose to interpret it!