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Alys Tomlinson Lost Summer Prom Portraits

Alys Tomlinson: Lost Summer

HackelBury Fine Art, London is pleased to present ‘Lost Summer’ a solo exhibition of new work by Alys Tomlinson. The Lost Summer series consists of Tomlinson's recent prom portraits photographed in June 2020 as lockdown eased and is accompanied by ‘Night Wanderings’, taken during lockdown as part of the artist’s daily exercise. The prom portraits capture the poignancy of a lost summer for teenagers who were unable to sit their school exams or mark this significant step in growing up and leaving school.

The exhibition, scheduled to open on 12th November, will instead open as soon as restrictions are lifted⁠. During the lockdown, we will preview artworks from the  exhibition in our window, installing a new group of photographs each week.

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Alys Tomlinson | Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize Winner 

Congratulations to Alys Tomlinson on winning the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize. Her award winning works: ‘Samuel’, ‘Jack’ and ‘Jameela’ are included in this year's Taylor Wessing Online Exhibition.

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In Focus: Alys Tomlinson

Our inaugural 'In Focus' shines a spotlight on the life and work of Alys Tomlinson giving an enhanced overview of the artist, her general working practice, and an interview with Alys with links to recent videos and podcasts.

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Oli Kellett + Camilla Brown | In Conversation

Alongside our recent solo exhibition by Oli Kellett ‘Fellow Humans’ and the presentation of Kellett’s works at Photo London Digital, we are pleased to stream the video recording of the conversation between artist Oli Kellett and academic, writer, and curator Camilla Brown.

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