Towner Gallery Visit

I visited the Towner Gallery today, it’s always worth going to whatever the exhibition that is on. Based in Eastbourne it’s not too far by train from Brighton, and I can take some photos around the town after, and enjoy their coffee and cake while there!

The current shows are a, big one showing lots of David Nash’s large scale paintings and sculptures made from trees. Plus a smaller room of work from the Towner collection curated by Caroline Lucas, which links the collection to the climate crisis and our relationship with nature.

Info on the David Nash show

David Nash: 200 Seasons

Info for the show: BRINK: Caroline Lucas curates the Towner Collection

BRINK: Caroline Lucas curates the Towner Collection

I mostly started thinking towards the student end of year show and presentation of artwork more than fully engaging with the art!

Love the connection between 2d and 3D artwork
The grid presentation here I thought was brilliant
The size of the work here was wonderful, you have to walk (or for me wheel!) along to look at all the aspects of the work
Loved the size of the Wolfgang Tillmans image, as well as joe it is hung.
Simple bulldog clips top and bottom!

A great visit and some great work and presentation ideas!

Published by pauldavidkemp

I am a photographer and tutor of photography at Morley college London

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