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Hannah Collins: "The Interior and the Exterior - Noah Purifoy", 2014
No.2 of 18 selenium toned gelatin silver prints
18 minute sound track
© Hannah Collins

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Hannah Collins » Mark Ruwedel »

Fair: – 19 May 2019

Wed 15 May

Photo London

Somerset House - The Strand
WC2R 1LA London
12-19

Large Glass

392 Caledonian Road
N1 1DN London

+44 (0)20-76099345


www.largeglass.co.uk

Wed-Sat 11-18

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Mark Ruwedel: "Dusk #96, 2014", 2014
Gelatin silver print mounted
8 x 10” on 16 x 20” board
© Mark Ruwedel

Stand B13

Hannah Collins and Mark Ruwedel draw on the tension that lies between documentary and conceptual photography and both share a fascination with the influential American photographer Walker Evans.

Hannah Collins will exhibit a selection of black and white photographic studies of large-scale sculptures by African American artist Noah Purifoy, which are situated in the Mojave Desert. "As a traveller from another history and a different continent, when I came across Noah Purifoy’s sculptures spread across the desert, I felt like an explorer encountering the ruins from another time and place." (Hannah Collins)

Mark Ruwedel will show a selection of black and white "portraits" of abandoned houses in the desert area surrounding Los Angeles (coincidentally near Purifoy’s desert sculptures). "Hundreds of abandoned houses are scattered across Wonder Valley, which lies east of the town of Twentynine Palms. There are also many that are occupied, but the mystery of abandonment was what attracted me: the atmosphere of unseen violence and tragedy, of failure of an undisclosed nature." (Mark Ruwedel)

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MARK RUWEDEL
Walker Evans House #5
2018
7 7/8 x 10 in on 11x14 in paper
Gelatin silver print
Courtesy the artist and Large Glass, London
photo london 2019
HANNAH COLLINS
The Interior and the Exterior - Noah Purifoy
2014
20 × 24 in / 50.8 × 61 cm
Selenium toned silver gelatin print
Courtesy the artist and Large Glass, London