This November, six of the world’s most exciting, forward-thinking photographers come together at theprintspace gallery for a group exhibition which takes place from November 10 – 15.

The response to our call for entries was overwhelming, with over 5,000 images that were submitted to us via thehub, we spent three weeks carefully going through each of the entries.  As always, for the exhibition we also used our Instagram account to source photographers that we have shared over the last 4 years.  The result is an exhibition featuring 6 artists, under the theme of ‘Emerging Complexity’, which will be taking place at theprintspace (74 Kingsland Road) between November 10th – 15th, with the private view taking place on Thursday November 10. We’re expecting to to be very busy, so please make sure to reserve your free ticket HERE.

The exhibition will feature works from photographers Reuben Wu, Delaney Allen, Lucas Zimmermann, Martin Schgaguler as well as large-scale prints from Daily Overview and Australian drone-duo Salty Wings.  

It’s been over a year since our last exhibition in London, so we are expecting this to be our biggest yet!

Join us for the private view on Thursday November 10 by reserving your free ticket HERE.

Image by Daily Overview

“Daily Overview” is a project by Benjamin Grant which explores the feeling of euphoria astronauts are prone to — commonly referred to as the Overview Effect — when envisaging earth from afar. It comprises a series of high resolution images from space which, over time, show us how the world is changing.

Image by Martin Schgaguler

Ex Head of Design at prestigious Swiss design school École cantonale d’art de Lausanne, Genevan photographer Martin Schgaguler takes eerily spectral shots of natural landscapes; from deserted, snow-flecked mountain clusters to Close Encounters of the Third Kind-esque skies.

You can buy this print HERE.

Image by Lucas Zimmermann

Lucas Zimmermann’s simplistic photo-series shows noirish street scenes from a small German village, illuminated in vivid technicolour by traffic lights. Written about everywhere from The Independent to Colossal, it’s a crisp and unforgettable ode to the universality of transport systems

Image by Delaney Allen

You can buy this print HERE.

Award-winning American artist Delaney Allen explores the unseen majesty of everyday natural marvels — from rock pools to simple cloud formations. His lauded, refreshening work showcasing at theprintspace mixes widescreen perspectives with self-expression.

Image by Reuben Wu

Member of seminal electroclash band Ladytron, hugely talented image-maker Reuben Wu takes crisply defined shots of natural phenomenon straight of the Kubrick cannon. “Photographs, like music, can create an echo of a time and a place. To me, my images are more than pictures. They are fragments of memory and imagination,” explains Wu of his awe-inspiring work.

Image by Salty Wings

Michael Goetze and Jampal Williamson are Salty Wings. The pair — who joined forces in January 2016 — sent a drone along the 8,000 mile-long coast of Western Australia, capturing it expansive, breathtaking earthliness in high resolution. The shots have gained the pair a hefty 50,000 (and counting) social media following.


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