Glynn Griffiths, #Growth, Gravity & Balance, January 25th - February 28th 2013 

25. Jan - 28. Feb 13 / ended The Horsebox Gallery

Free Entry. All works available for sale.

Monday - Friday 10 - 6pm

Exhibition | Sculpture | London


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#Nelson Mandela Photograph  Nelson Mandela acknowledges the crowd during his final political rally in Cape Town before South Africa’s first free elections in South Africa. This powerful portrait vividly captures the humanity of the great man on the  threshold of fulfilling a dream after a lifetime of deprivation and struggle.  All the photographs are signed and annotated with handwritten personal observations and comments by the photographer

#Nelson Mandela Photograph Nelson Mandela acknowledges the crowd during his final political rally in Cape Town before South Africa’s first free elections in South Africa. This powerful portrait vividly captures the humanity of the great man on the threshold of fulfilling a dream after a lifetime of deprivation and struggle. All the photographs are signed and annotated with handwritten personal observations and comments by the photographer


Unmissable contemporary Sculpture & Photojournalism in heart of Mayfair

For more than 30 years Glynn worked as a photographer supplying The Independant and other newspapers, magazines, charities and design companies. Realising a long held wish to study art, in 2010 he graduated with an MA Sculpture from Wimbledon College of Art (University of the Arts, London). He was awarded the prestigious Clifford Chance sculpture prize, amongst others,
upon graduation.

“This exhibition is a celebration of Glynn’s early days as a photojournalist and his transition to sculptor.  Where he began and where he is now, much the same as he has chronicled others through his photographs.”

The Horsebox Gallery

“Most likely because of my long association with journalism, I am still drawn to the narrative; even my individual sculptural pieces tend I believe, to have a story to tell. Much of my work revolves around the use of materials which are seemingly at odds with one another; such as the relationship between the Natural and the Man-made. Within this loose parameter I deal with forces such as balance, tension and gravity - and the spaces in which they can be acted out.”

Glynn Griffiths

http://thehorseboxgallery.com/artists/glynn-griffiths/


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