Robert Ormerod's series of portraits explores Irish Dancing- a traditional form of dance which was first practised in Ireland but has become popular in the UK and North America. Passionate and determined young dancers spend thousands on costumes and travel hundreds of miles, often with their families in tow, to take part in competitions
Saturday, March 10th, 2012
As a child Daniel Patrick Lilley loved watching the WWF (World Wrestling Federation), there was nothing on television quite like it.
Returning to Wrestling as an adult and photographer gave him an entirely different view, these portraits are a reflection of this.
Tuesday, July 10th, 2012
Floating Across Possible Breakdowns
Alessandro Marchi explores Kazakhstan, where in 1999 the then president Nazarbayev promised the country that everyone would be wealthy by the year 2030… “By 2030,” he said, “Kazakhstan will become the central Asian snow leopard”. Since then the situation has worsened: less purchasing power, less freedom, less social care.
Friday, June 15th, 2012
Daniel Patrick Lilley explores Dorset's isle of Portland, looking at the youth of the area and the relationships they hold to their surroundings
Thursday, May 31st, 2012
The Crookes In Tokyo
After leaving my full time job (as a news photographer) in summer 2009 I sold off most of my cameras to fund an entirely different lifestyle when I decided to play in a band full-time. By Russell Bates
Thursday, November 10th, 2011
Robert Ormerod's second solo exhibition on his “Doomen” series is on display at The Institute, 14 Roseneath Street Edinburgh from 29th June to 28th of July, in Edinburgh’s Marchemont.
Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012
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