27 September 2015
Framing Urban Narratives brings together the work of ten recent graduates of the MA Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths College (University of London). It will be showing at Greenwich Gallery from 19 October to 1 November 2015.
The exhibition gathers an eclectic mix of photographic artists who work across a range of areas including architecture, landscape, performance art, and social and community issues, all bound by a common interest in urban theory, sociology and geography.
The exhibition will be a key feature of this year’s Urban Photo Fest, an international festival held in collaboration with Tate Britain focusing on urban photography and visual research. As part of the exhibition, the artists will be hosting a number of public workshops including an ecological investigation of the Greenwich Peninsula and a parkour exploration of Vauxhall and the Thames.
The exhibition is supported by the Goldsmiths Annual Fund.
For more information, go to framingurbannarratives.com, on Twitter at @urbannarratives, or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/framingurbannarratives.
Image: © Anita Strasser, from the series Tactical Urbanism.