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Steve Pulvernis The Ever Changing Past
@STOUR SPACE, 7 Roach Rd, Fish Island, London E3 2PA 6TH AUGUST - 2ND SEPTEMBER 2020
“An analogue hand-printed collection”
On 6th August we are opening a Steve Pulvernis show 'The Ever Changing Past' at Stour Space Gallery. Working as a professional photographer during the 1990s, it was in the darkroom where Steven found his niche; working with monochrome negatives.
‘I was finally able to lift the high quality of the prints for both myself and other professionals. Even today, there is scope to produce images with greater depth and atmosphere from analogue, and all these images have been hand developed by myself at a public darkroom in Homerton, using Ilford Art 300 paper.’
The theme of this body of work is centred on street art within the context of streamline architecture of old and new through east London; concentrating on two main areas, Hackney Wick and Nomadic Gardens (RIP).
With their ever-changing canvas and a wealth of both old and new structures, Steve searches for the angles to create the most aesthetic image. For him, cropping of the square Hasselblad negatives in the darkroom and composition are vital definitions of his photographic practice.
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7 Roach Rd, Fish Island, London E3 2PA