Nothing is in the place
Nothing is in the place is a subjective survey of photographs that remembers life in 1990′s Britain, curated by Jason Evans. The show is an introduction to some of the photography that was made at that time offering glimpses of political unrest, social upheaval and analogue youth culture. Everyday lows jostle with esoteric highs to create a compulsive parade. The show is presented in a modular, editorial style and the photographers featured allowed the curator to make new versions of their work, often very different from the original contexts and formats intended for the images. The exhibition presents an alternative to ‘Cool Britannia’ by weaving together documentary projects from the time with domestic, editorial, fashion and art photography.
2 October – 4 November
The Old Co-Op Building, London Road, Brighton