Festival to highlight city’s creative talent.
Millennium Point is playing host to a month-long exhibition celebrating the work of four specialist Birmingham photographers and their unique approach to image making and creative expression.
Displayed on Millennium Point’s Atrium Wall, the new exhibition named 90° of Separation will run until Sunday 27th March. The images on display have been produced specifically for the exhibition and reflect the current creative direction of the photographers.
The photographers taking part include Agi Ch, an emerging fine art photographer who has widely exhibited in the West Midlands over the last two years and Andy Kruczek, an established beauty and fashion photographer who has worked with a number of high profile brands including Vogue and L’Oréal. Joining them is Ross Vincent, a well-known still-life and people photographer within the city, and Richard Southall, an architectural and interiors photographer.
Since last summer, Millennium Point put plans in place to use the Atrium Wall as a regular feature. The wall has already been used to showcase Diaspora Britain, an event which combined art, photography and poetry and most recently, WE STRIKE TONIGHT, a solo exhibition by street artist Liskbot.
Neil Anderson, director of marketing, communications and events at Millennium Point, said: “The Atrium Wall has been a huge success so far and has provided us with a platform to give local artists the chance to share their work with the community. As well as championing the work of talented photographers in our city, we hope the exhibition will inspire young and upcoming talent to discover their own unique approach to photography.”
For more information about 90° of Separation, visit www.millenniumpoint.org.uk/Event/90-of-separation
Millennium Point has a series of events planned for the Atrium Wall over the next year including an installation in April to coincide with Flatpack Film Festival and its first open call summer exhibition.
Cover pic Richard Southall