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Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Mon 29 Jul 2019

Seaside: Photographed review by Maya Matthewman

Seaside: Photographed explores the haven for both Britons and tourists that is the Great British Seaside. Through a vast compilation of photographs, some dating back to the mid-19th century, this exhibition presents many different, some contradictory, views on life beside the beach. A wide range of artists, photographic media, techniques, processes and subjects have beenMore details

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Fri 19 Jul 2019

Lisa’s Seaside: Photographed Review

The Turner Contemporary’s very first photography exhibition is – very fittingly – centred around the beaches of Britain. Seaside: Photographed documents a wide variety of coastal scenes and locations around the country, each photographer exploring the same kind of place, but with a vastly different take on it, each image showing us a new sideMore details

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Thu 18 Jul 2019

seaside: photographed.

by irene. ‘Seaside: Photographed’ displays the memoirs of youth and love from relic long dead people who’d otherwise been forgotten. Victorian women wearing expensive embroidered dresses with veils stand beside pompous sharp-eyed men with suits. They stand still, faces emotionless to pause a permanent second in time. The exhibition displays the once thriving tourist coastalMore details

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Tue 9 Jul 2019

Seaside photographed review by Pearl Spanyol

“Seaside photographed” shows a variety of different photographer’s work, and each show different perspectives of the British seaside. The mixture of different photographers and style of pictures shows how people’s experiences and opinions of the holiday towns differ. Most of the photographers featured in this exhibition have personal ties to the place they are visiting,More details

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Fri 8 Mar 2019

Review on “A place that only exists in moonlight” – Kelsey Thomas at KingEthelbert School

The exhibition “a place that only exists in moonlight” was beautifully displayed across the gallery allowing your mind to divert and explore the wonders within Katie Paterson’s work. My journey around the Turner contemporary gave me an overwhelming experience meeting the peeks for my passion for art. The beautiful layout in the north gallery createdMore details

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