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Gravesend exhibition open

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The Swanscombe Project current exhibition at the Blake Gallery in Gravesend is now open for viewing and continues until Sunday 22nd of February.

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Exhibition at Gravesend

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The Swanscombe Project will be staging a new exhibition during February at the Blake Gallery in Gravesend, Kent. The exhibition space will be arranged to show the landscape through new and existing photographs and a set of documentary panels that explore and explain the Marsh in more detail. The exhibition begins with a Private View at 6.30pm on the 10th February – more details to follow.

Exhibition video

The Swanscombe Project has edited this video slide show which sequences work from most of the sixteen participating photographers. It is an excerpt from the many images produced over the last year and it includes some that will be on show at the Project’s forthcoming exhibition at Goldsmiths College in London. This exhibition is being held in the large light-filled space of the New Academic Block atrium and begins with a Private View on Wednesday 23rd April at 6pm.

Exhibition at Goldsmiths

The Swanscombe Project will be holding an exhibition from the 23rd April at Goldsmiths College in New Cross, London. The exhibition involves all the Project’s sixteen photographers, both professionals and committed amateurs, who have been working over a year to document their own reactions to the post-industrial landscape of Swanscombe Marsh. This landscape is a zone of cement industry remains, contaminated landfill and pylons, but also reed beds, grazing land, moorings and tracts of surprising quiet beauty.  The two-week exhibition begins with a Private View on the 23rd April and there will be a Seminar, also held at Goldsmiths, on the 30th April – more details to follow.

Exhibition at Greenhithe

An exhibition of photography from Swanscombe Marsh is now on display at the nearby Greenhithe Asda.  It is a small display of fourteen photographs with information and a brief history of the area.  The exhibition runs until the 2nd of February and it seems that local shoppers are enthusiastic to find out more and discuss the future of the Marsh.