A SPACE FOR HUMANS: THE MOON ON EARTH: Matthew Broadhead

Image Credit: Matthew Broadhead

White Moose, Trinity Street, Barnstaple

01271 379 872
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Friday 19 October 2018 – Monday 19 November 2018
Opening Hours: Mon - Fri 10 - 5pm Sat - 11 - 3pm

This exhibition is the culmination of a multi-year project exploring the heritage of US astronaut training in Iceland. In his first solo exhibition in the UK Matthew will be showing 25 artworks that have been inspired by this project and the landscape of Iceland.

Matthew was raised in North Devon and after studying at Petroc went on to graduate with a First Class Honours degree in Photography from the University of Brighton. He recently completed his MA in Photography at the University of the West of England, based in Bristol. Whilst still a young practitioner, Matthew has already been widely published and

Seltún Geothermal Area by Matthew Broadhead

shortlisted for a number of awards and was the winner of the inaugural Photoworks Prize, the Magnum Photos Graduate Photographer prize and the De Donkere Kamer #31 prize.

This exhibition has kindly been sponsored by Spectrum, fine art photographic and giclée printers and Rainsford & James, fine art framers.

This exhibition is the culmination of a multi-year project exploring the heritage of US astronaut training in Iceland. In his first solo exhibition in the UK Matthew will be showing 25 artworks that have been inspired by this project and the landscape of Iceland.

Matthew was raised in North Devon and after studying at Petroc went on to graduate with a First Class Honours degree in Photography from the University of Brighton. He recently completed his MA in Photography at the University of the West of England, based in Bristol. Whilst still a young practitioner, Matthew has already been widely published and

shortlisted for a number of awards and was the winner of the inaugural Photoworks Prize, the Magnum Photos Graduate Photographer prize and the De Donkere Kamer #31 prize.

This exhibition has kindly been sponsored by Spectrum, fine art photographic and giclée printers and Rainsford & James, fine art framers.

This exhibition is the culmination of a multi-year project exploring the heritage of US astronaut training in Iceland. In his first solo exhibition in the UK Matthew will be showing 25 artworks that have been inspired by this project and the landscape of Iceland.

Matthew was raised in North Devon and after studying at Petroc went on to graduate with a First Class Honours degree in Photography from the University of Brighton. He recently completed his MA in Photography at the University of the West of England, based in Bristol. Whilst still a young practitioner, Matthew has already been widely published andshortlisted for a number of awards and was the winner of the inaugural Photoworks Prize, the Magnum Photos Graduate Photographer prize and the De Donkere Kamer #31 prize.

This exhibition has kindly been sponsored by Spectrum, fine art photographic and giclée printers and Rainsford & James, fine art framers.

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