Lie of the Land

James Dobson, Rachel Maloney, Annalaura Palma & Noora-Mari Pelkonen

10–22 October

Mon–Sun 11:00–18:00

Late View: 22nd October 19:00-21:30

This exhibition brings together the work of four photographers exploring ideas of memory, forgotten history, archaeology and literature, through the prism of the landscape. The places depicted are set apart geographically but they are connected through a common interest in the ways we perceive the landscapes we walk through and inhabit.

Accessibility: Main gallery space is accessible for wheelchair users

23 Gallery 40
40 Gloucester Road
North Laine
Brighton, BN1 4AQ

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