[City] Stories at Four Corners Gallery
Tuesday 2 October, 2018 - Monday 8 October, 2018
A collective of 13 urban photographers who met studying at Goldsmiths on an MA course which connects image-making with urban theory are putting on a photography exhibition at Four Corners Gallery.
They are learning to create photographs with meaning and to uncover and explore the hidden narratives which shape our cities and lives.
They are from across the world, and each one of us takes a different approach to investigating the stories of the city.
they are excited to share our work for the first time at our exhibition and are offering a chance to get hold of prints from a group of emerging photographers (we won’t be selling at the exhibition).
The exhibition will tell the many stories of the city; not just of London, but of cities located all around the world.
The photographers investigate various topics, such as abandoned pets in South Korea, sneaking into derelict spaces in Berlin, and exploring public decency and nudity in London.
Different formats, different viewpoints, and different ideas are coming together to create a portrait of modern urban life.