In our second PHOTOGRAPHY NOW edition of 2017, we are please to present a variety of approaches to contemporary photography. From the collages of Sandy Son’s presenting abstract photo-collages of space images, to rek0de’s CGI altered photographs and Sven van Driessche’s polaroids, this exhibition is a true dive into the countless possibilities that photography can offer to new artists. As one of the most popular forms of contemporary photography, we have a large selection of travel and street photography. Laura Bizzey’s landscape photography, Sabb Adams’s photos of Cuba and Kamilia Amber’s shots of New York and Paris create windows on new cities and corners of the world. Similarly, and seeming to evoke a ‘California Dreaming’, Jerome Paumier exhibits analog photos of surfing scenes and marine imagery. Wendell Shinn presents surreal and humorous works from his ‘Denizen’ series of images of raven and crows. Semi-abstract yet departing from the world around us, are the photos of Mark Warmington whose black and white prints echoes with Davide Degano’s stunning portraits of homeless people.