The eye and its iris are the subjects of Rankin’s latest exhibition, Eyescapes, on show at The Gallery on London’s Charing Cross Road from 7 February. Rankin has photographed people’s eyes up close and then created a series of round photographic prints that show the iris exposed and enlarged. The framed prints will be on sale at The Gallery.
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