New exhibition by Anne Hardy to open at Longside Gallery!

20 October 2010

This exhibition in the Project Space at Longside Gallery will highlight Anne Hardy’s position at the forefront of contemporary British photography and will reveal recent creative departures within Hardy’s practice. The exhibition will feature two recent works, which were acquired by the Arts Council Collection just this year, alongside a new piece on generous loan from the artist and Maureen Paley. Anne Hardy’s photographs depict fictional spaces which have both a magical and naturalistic quality. Constructed within the studio using a range of materials, from disintegrating found objects to natural forms, these spaces uncover the uneasy relationship between the natural and artificial. The exhibition is open daily, 23 October 2010 – 27 February 2011, 11am – 4pm.




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