An Exhibition By Ealing London Independent Photography

HOME can mean different things to each of us. It can be a familiar place to rest after a long day. It can be a refuge. It may be more transient. ? Is it the comfort of familiar spaces? Or a place to figuratively lay your hat? Is your home in fact a result of not having a home?  

A diverse group of photographers from the Ealing branch of London Independent Photography responds to the theme, creating creative, thought provoking photographs, exploring the far reaching meaning of this simple word. Home.

The group exhibition is part of BEAT – the Borough of Ealing Art trail 2019. See below for details. Rickyard in Walpole Park. Hope you can swing by and look through a fascinating set of imagery.

The Rickyard, Walpole Park, Ealing, London W5 5BS. From 6th – 15th September, 2019.

Opening times:

Fri 6th, 12 – 7pm; Sat 7th & Sun 8th, 12 – 6pm
Mon 9th to Thurs 12th, 12 – 5pm; Fri 13th, 12 -7pm; Sat 14th & Sun 15th, 12 – 6pm

The International Homeless Epidemic; A homeless man sleeps on the pavement, seemingly passed out, as a can of beer stands next to him with a stream of liquid flowing away. Daily life, Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic), Barcelona, Spain. February 03, 2019. Photo: Edmond Terakopian

My image was shot earlier this year on a pre-production Panasonic Lumix S1 and Lumix S 24-105mm lens. The raw file was processed in Adobe Lightroom and the monochrome treatment finished in DxO Nik Collection, Silver Efex Pro.

Prints From The Online Gallery

Many thanks to our friends at Pixelrights for their continued support for the group. We have a gallery website where images from the exhibition can be viewed and prints are available to purchase.

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