Images of two Olympus photographers on display at Art Bermondsey Project Space

Inside a converted Georgian townhouse in the heart of London lies the Art Bermondsey Project Space, a not-for-profit creative platform founded in 2015 that promotes the fusion of art, photography and culture. Supported by Olympus UK and STATE MEDIA art & photography magazine, its primary aim is to:

… present art & photography from across the UK, offering a flagship venue for both emerging and established artists combined with visionary, interactive, educational and early learning programmes to showcase freedom of creative expression through the visual arts.

Two of the first photographers to be featured in 2016 are portrait photographers Neil Buchan Grant and R Cleveland Aaron.

Both Neil and Cleveland’s exhibitions are based around the images they took while travelling in India, albeit for different purposes. Neil led a group of 14 people on a photo expedition around Delhi, Jaipur, Agra and Varanasi with the tour operator KUONI, documenting the lives of the people there. Cleveland, on the other hand, spent five days documenting one boy’s quest to raise money and collect images for SMILE TRAIN, a charitable organisation that helps children born with cleft palates/lips.

You can see these two exhibitions on the following dates:

The Art Bermondsey Project Space is located on 183-185 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UW.

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