An exhibition at Labyrinth Photographic celebrates analogue photography by contemporary practitioners
For the third year running, Labyrinth Photographic showcases work created by its clients in the last 12 months.
On display at the east London-based analogue hand printing lab is work by photographers who include: Tyrone Lebon, Jennifer Pattison, Spencer Murphy, Anastasia Taylor-Lind, Kate Peters, Zed Nelson, Gareth McConnell and Olivia Arthur.
“A Year In Development is a celebration of analogue photography and the art of hand printing,” say the organisers in a press statement. “The exhibition features more than 70 images shot solely on film.”
Labyrinth Photographic was founded in 2011 by John McCarthy, Cosimo d’Aprano and the late Jeremy Ramsden. It is one of a small number of labs in London dedicated to film development and hand printing.
The exhibition is on at Four Corners Gallery in Bethnal Green, London, until 2 May 2014.
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