Photography organisation Shutter Hub has brought together over 100 images from international in this exhibition, to be hosted by Free Space Project, London.
‘Everyday Delight’ might be something to be enjoyed between the rise and set of the sun, it’s a prompt to look for joy, to appreciate the little things – flowers growing through cracked pavements, cake crumbs on a plate, rippled shadows, low sun through high trees, accidental colour schemes in the street, raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens… hang on!
“It’s all about looking for the joy in the small things, finding the magic in what might at first appear mundane, and discovering the beauty in the everyday. It’s there, but you might not always be able to see it.” Shutter Hub’s Karen Harvey tells us.
In a world where we seem to have more to worry about every day it’s not always easy to find the positive view, but we are hoping that this collaboration with Free Space Project, and the collation of over 100 images, will give viewers something to think about and to focus on temporarily, and perhaps to come away seeing things differently.
Free Space Projects gallery is the perfect space to share these images. The charity supports arts and community initiatives and aims to relieve mental and physical suffering through the use of the arts and holistic care. Their award winning purpose-built exhibition space displays work on themes surrounding health and well-being from various perspectives.
Shutter Hub, a photography organisation providing opportunities, support and networking for creative photographers worldwide, has dramatically changed the way photography exhibitions are run, opening up the industry to more people. Instead of selecting a small number of photographers to show printed and framed images at high cost to the exhibitors, they teamed up with Newspaper Club to print the images for the photographers and displayed them taped directly to the walls in non-traditional exhibition spaces to bring photography to the community.
The exhibition ‘Everyday Delight’ will run from 05 December 2019 – 28 February 2020
Exhibition Launch Event: 6.30-8.30pm, 05 December 2019
Free Space Project
Kentish Town Health Centre, 2 Bartholomew Road, London, NW5 2BX
Opening times: 8.30am – 6.30pm, Mon – Fri.
(Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day)
Admission is free