Crane Kalman Brighton is pleased to present New Landscapes a collection of work from alumni of the MA Photography Degree at LCC (London College of Communication). A course fast gaining a reputation as one of the leading postgraduate awards in photography; with 2007's Jerwood Prize featuring five winners from LCC Photography MA Courses.
Landscape photography is currently undergoing a renaissance and many photographers are turning their backs on conventional interpretations of nature. In the face of looming global political and environmental politics, landscape photographers are increasingly showing places that are changing, endangered, threatened or just hold a simple metaphor beyond the physical. All of the photographers graduated from LCC in 2007/08 and are engaged in subtly exploring the idea of 'landscape' as not just a rustic, rural idealised space anymore. They convey a more constructed, illusive and even a slightly sinister response to the land, which not only creates a new response to landscape, but also a new sense of beauty.
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