Sam Irons at Tim Sheward Projects

Following on from the success of previous exhibitions at A.Elfe's in London, and Capricious Space, New York, Sam Irons' photography will be exhibited at Tim Sheward Projects in London's Bankside.

The show, curated by Julien Dobbs-Higginson, presents a selection of work that continues to engage with the possibilities, complications and pitfalls of visual communication. He explains: "What originally drew me to Sam's work, beyond the obvious beauty of the photos, is the way he plays with scale, framing and the dramatic juxtaposition of images, especially in his diptychs, which are incredibly powerful."

Looking at the photographs together, I can't quite figure out what ties one to another. They could quite easily have been taken by a bunch of different photographers. Admittedly, I really like it when a photographer sticks to their style, but I guess Sam Irons is demonstrating real flexibility. You like?


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