Ian Treherne has his third exhibition in London showcasing his unique view of the world.
Suffering from a visual impairment Ian uses photography to explore the world highlighting details and capturing moods and atmospheres which the majority of us would not see.
This exhibition of work shows his ability to create high contrast 1960s inspired portraiture as well as his atmospheric landscapes which through their use of long exposure show the passing of time.
Please come along to the free open evening
Thursday 24th October 6-9pm
Free Space Gallery
Kentish Town Health Centre
2 Bartholomew Road
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