15 November to 24 December 2005
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Crane Kalman Brighton presents a group show of some of the UK's most diverse photographic talent – from Fleet Street veterans to the pick of this year's graduate talent.
A diverse group of photographers and a diverse range of subjects and themes – from spectacular glacial mountains and the Northern Lights to Michael Caine and the dolphin at Dingle Bay.
"Photography is fast-developing as the 21st century's most significant and collectible art form"
Enda Bowe – an award-winning portrait photographer with an unusual series of images looking at the relationship of man in the natural landscape.
Richard Cooke – a selection of work from the remarkable series – The Big Picture – documenting the ever-evolving and diminishing British coastline. A photographic project supported by the World Wildlife Fund.
Jo Crowther – beautiful and delicate studies of flowers and natural habitats from Lake Windemere to the Painted Hills of Nebraska.
Tim Flach – a renowned animal portraitist with a unique gift for capturing the true essence of his subjects. His portraits bring an intimacy more akin to human portraiture than traditional wildlife photography.
Robin Forster – a selection of work from the series 'Ice Blink' capturing Alpine glaciers at their most sublime and monumental. Robin's Forster's work demonstrates man's on-going fascination with the awesome power of the natural world.
Philip Gatward – classical and refined yet striking and contemporary portraits of dahlias – flowers with an extraordinarily diverse range of shapes, colours and blooms.
David Steen – a selection of work from the acclaimed series 'Heroes & Villains' – featuring b/w portraits of some of the biggest names from the film and music worlds of the 60s and 70s.
Hannah Timm – a recent photography graduate from Brighton University, Hannah's photographs explore the unique beauty of the Arctic in a series of works entitled 'Dawn of the North'.
The exhibition will also feature work by Pete Seaward, Morgan Silk and cult American photographer Joseph Szabo.
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