The folks at Creative Review have been hitting all the Degree shows around London. A recent post highlighted the photography exhibition at The 10th Annual Free Range Art & Design Show.
About the show –
Free Range is an Old Truman Brewery special project set up by Tamsin O’Hanlon in 2001 to support new creative talent. The Free Range graduate art & design show takes place every June and July at the Old Truman Brewery. The show provides the best platform for graduate art and design students to showcase their work to both public and industry. Free Range is a one stop shop featuring more than 100 university courses from across the UK providing visitors with a unique opportunity to meet the hottest new creative talent all under one roof. Shows rotate weekly over the 8 week season and are curated by discipline including design, graphics, photography, art and interiors.
Photography closed yesterday, but art, interiors, and mixed media are lined up for the coming weeks. Check the Free Range site for full listings.
More images of the photography exhibition after the jump. Full info at the above Creative Review link.