work + play

Dougie Wallace, Ines Rae, Cesar Da Luz

30 September–30 October

Thursday - Sunday

12:00 - 19:00

A group show about collective identity and the relevance of social class; Magnum Photography Award winner Dougie Wallace will open the grand finale, preceded by Brighton-based photographer Cesar Da Luz and Photography Lecturer Ines Rae.

Dougie Wallace is internationally recognised for his long-term social documentary projects.
Rae explores representation, femininity, consumer culture and the everyday.
Da Luz discusses identity through transience and not quite belonging.

Accessibility: Contact venue for wheelchair accessibility

8 Gallery Lock In
Garage 1
Little Western Street
Brighton, BN1 2PU

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