Compendium: Mike Ware

Mike Ware

1–30 October

Friday-Sunday 11:00-16:00 

To mark the 10 year publishing anniversary of Mike Ware's books 'Gold in Photography' and 'The Chrysotype Manual', presents an exhibition of photographic prints by Dr. Ware in gold, platinum, palladium, silver and Prussian blue. This group of handmade, wet-process prints includes three of Mike Ware's original inventions - new chrysotype, new cyanotype and argyrotype.

'Compendium: Mike Ware' is the inaugural exhibition for at our new venue within Rodhus. This brief treatment of an extensive subject is open throughout the Brighton Photo Biennial on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and by appointment. is open all year for photographic books, downloads and classes in both salt printing and digital negative making. We represent lens-based artists working in a variety of processes. Weekly members' meetings over The Table now forming for discussion.

Accessibility: Not accessible for wheelchairs

37 Rodhus
16-30 Hollingdean Road
Brighton, BN2 4AA

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