The Back of Beyond – Frank Watson
The Back of Beyond
An exhibition of photography at The Republic Gallery
1st–9th October 2016
Private view: Monday 3rd October 6–8.30pm
Artist talk: Sunday 9th October 3.00pm
Gallery opening hours: 1–6 weekdays, 11–5 weekends
As part of London Photomonth 2016 Frank Watson will be showing photographic work from the Soundings from the Estuary project and book that examines the Thames Estuary over a seven year period.
There will also be more recent work on show that considers The Kent Coast as a frontier between England and Europe as well as text based work that considers the relationship between sound, language and cinema.
The Republic Gallery
Capstan House Atrium
1 Clove Crescent
London E14 2BA
Transport: There is a DLR station (East India DLR) onsite and Republic Gallery is moments from the Jubilee line. It is only 13 minutes from Bank, 22 minutes from Bond Street and 7 minutes from Canary Wharf. The cycle highway runs through the estate and the area is well serviced by buses.
Directions: Cross the bridge at E.India Docks DLR and head for the yellow and blue building. When you get to the building go left through a small garden and the entrance to the gallery is on the right.
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