And Then There Was

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© Luke Saxon

And Then There Was at SLOE Gallery, Manchester 17 November — 23 December 2017 Entrance is free

And Then There Was is part of an exciting new collaboration between SLOE Gallery and Then There Was Us, a Manchester-based independent zine focusing on visual culture through the mediums of photography, graphic design and illustration. The exhibition is guest curated by Then There Was Us, and aims to offer a true and unique presentation of emerging talent in local visual culture dedicated to those who, against the grain, push forward, tell stories and are committed to creating bold and engaging work. It includes the work of local documentary photographers Luke Saxon, Chan-Yang Kim and Mat Unsworth.

And Then There Was is open every Saturday 11am to 5pm from 18 November to 23 December.

 

And Then There Was at SLOE Gallery, Manchester 17 November — 23 December 2017 Entrance is free

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