Claydon Heeley Jones Mason art buyer Emma Syrett and Process photographic agency director Kim Pappas are curating an exhibition of images that explore the theme ’emotion’. Over 50 photographers, including James Deavin and Ali Mobasser, have responded to the brief and the images range in style and content across portraiture, reportage, fashion and still life. ‘[They] come from many disciplines and degrees of expertise. But all have been chosen for their creative ability, not commercial value,’ says Syrett. The exhibition, in aid of the NSPCC’s Full Stop campaign, runs from 2-7 August at the Loading Bay Gallery, London EC2.
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