Jack Fillery: An Inflection of India

Jack Fillery

The exhibition includes a series of limited edition artworks from Fillery’s recent travels on the Indian subcontinent, documenting the photographer’s reaction to contrasts of cultural existence and the sense of belonging.

An Inflection of India offers a new perspective on the challenges facing contemporary India, as its varied and long-standing customs struggle to maintain their existence when set against the backdrop of a rapid cultural transition. For a nation that is often seen as a bastion of tradition, its conflict with modernity presents what Fillery believes is a fascinating artistic subject.

The exhibition focuses on the diversity of people in India, presenting an insight into their lifestyles and relationship with the natural and built environment, both of which are threatened by forces of globalisation and rapid development.

Runs 23 May – 1 July 2014
Private View 22nd May, 6-9pm

Open Mon-Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm

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