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Isolation Portraits – Chris Pig

    © Chris Pig

    “Isolation Portraits
    ” is a project developed while in lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic that hit the planet in 2020.
    Isolation: time to think and rethink, time to reflect and to put things into perspective.
    With the absence of most of the inputs we were used to, everything has a more personal and intimate feel.
    Time to face our fears and visualise them in a different way. Time to express our more intimate thoughts.
    Our personal world, space and habits were turned upside down, social scales were upturned, values changed.
    Lost feelings were found and solitude gave an insight into ourselves, our inner fears and strength.
    We were suddenly forced to live differently and a lot of social fluff was taken away overnight leaving us with a clear view of our own reality.
    Each portrait tackles a different social or personal issue as well as expressing my personal opinion visually rather than in words.

    Runs: 26 February – 15 March 2024
    Open: Monday to Friday, 11am – 10pm Saturday & Sunday, 10am – 6pm
    Gallery: Gallery 1885 at ‘The Camera Club’, 16 Bowden Street, London SE11 4DS
    Private view: Thursday 29 February from 7pm to 10pm

    Public Transport: 5 minutes from Kennington Tube Station, Northern Line

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