Seven of Tom Hunter’s large scale photographic works are part of the Squaring the Circle exhibition at the Scarborough Art Museum in Yorkshire
4th of March until the 1st of May 2023
Death of Coltellii, Tom Hunter
In association with the Royal Photographic Society
This exhibition features new and previously unseen work in the UK by ten contemporary artists, taking inspiration from Pictorialism, the artform that dominated the mid-nineteenth century to the early twentieth century. During this time, photography became recognised as an artform in its own right, superseding its role as a scientific, documentary, and technical medium.
The works on show demonstrate radical and experimental investigations into the process of making photographs. From cyanotypes and daguerreotypes to pinhole and cameraless imagery, the exhibition blurs the boundaries between art and photography, resulting in an expressive, otherworldly, and inspiring display.
Exhibiting photographers include Takashi Arai, Susan Derges HonFRPS, David George, Joy Gregory HonFRPS, Tom Hunter HonFRPS, Ian Phillips McLaren, Céline Bodin, Spencer Rowell, Angela Chalmers and David Chalmers.Curated by Zelda Cheatle HonFRPS.
Tuesday – Sunday | 10am – 5pm
Scarborough Art Gallery