We are pleased to invite you to Peaches and Cream 2017, an exhibition of this years finalists. Over the three months of our open call we recieved some amazing submission with work coming in from all over the world.
This year’s Peaches and Cream has been about drawing together projects that we felt offered more in the way of challenging the means of visual representation, through utilising the explorative nature of photography. Peaches and Cream founded by Millennium Images has always sought to encapsulate our core values. Seeking images that move and work harder to engage the viewer. This year’s shortlist is a brilliant depiction of images going that one step further. From Lewis Khan’s project, ‘Love Time’ that documents Chelsea Hospital, capturing the emotional psyche of a Hospital, to Hiro Tanaka’s ‘Chicharron' which explores the reletionship between images and the narrative they create. The finalists in this exhibition offer works that not only stimulate dialogue but also engage our sensibility to image.
Our lucky shortlister's will be exhibiting their projects at the highly regarded Photofusion gallery in London. The exhibition will run from the 26th October to 4th November with the private view on the 31st October, when the winners will be announced.
Featuring photographic artist:
James Berrington, Ksenia Burnasheva, David Diez, Alice Joiner, Clay Jordon, Lewis Khan, Marina Mche, Michael Novotny, Gokhan Tanriover and Laura Thompson