Imperfect Offering / Probably Lies

23 Jun 2018 – 28 Jun 2018

Regular hours

10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00

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Ambika P3

London, United Kingdom


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The University of Westminster announces a new joint photography exhibition to celebrate the work of the MA Documentary Photography and Photojournalism and MA Photography Arts students.


Imperfect Offering, by the graduating class of the University’s MA Documentary Photography and Photojournalism course is collectively responsive and enthusiastic to embrace the evolving nature of documentary photography and photojournalism practices.  Exhibiting 17 photographically informed projects, presented through a variety of mediums from print to installation, the show brings an energetic and sincere insight into each student’s chosen area of research and practice.

Probable Lies showcases the work of graduate students from the University's critically acclaimed MA Photography Arts course.  Thought-provoking, innovative and eclectic, Probable Lies highlights the diversity of contemporary art photography across genres and media – from analogue images to appropriated online content and digital animation.  The exhibition features the artwork of 12 students from a wide range of experiential and cultural backgrounds, whose highly individual visual practices have emerged from sustained, rigorous research and experimentation.

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Exhibiting artists

Xin Shang

Cheryl Newman

Norman Behrendt

Beckie Smith

Rachel Wallace

Ji Cheng

Jose M López

Chiara Mac Call

Nigel Maynard

Annika Derksen

Henry Rice

Ellie Parlak

Lorene Farrugia

Carly Marson

Jono Terry

Martina Marongiu

Elinor Rowley

Arun Misra

Melissa Prieskorn

Joanna Furniss

Joanna Furniss

Francesca Gabbiadini

Denise Goldman

Victoria Young

Danielle Quijada

Zong Jhan Li

Sarah Peters

Francesco Catania

HU Yue

Venetia Menzies


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