Digital art (no, not finger painting) is the medium explored in an exhibition of leading-edge work by photographers and digital artists which opens on Monday. Compiled by photo library Tony Stone Images, Revelations takes in 40 images from artists including Charlie Ward, Phil Borges, Antonia Deutsch and Jamey Stillings. Stillings’ image of a `ballerina in an overgrown garden doing a mid-air leap, in white chiffon gown’ is shown above. All will be revealed at the Association of Photographers, Domingo Street, London EC1, until 7 April. And it’s free.
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