Featuring the works of 11 contemporary photographers, From the Road is an exploration of the potential landscapes can offer artists and their different ways of connecting with them.
The content of the pieces varies greatly, from natural phenomena to urban structures.
The photographers featured also capture their subjects in very different ways. Cory Wright, for example, precisely photographs the world using a large format camera whereas Rob Carter uses a rotating lens to deconstruct landscapes to threads of colour and light.
Gallery manager, Susannah Haworth says that Eleven started collating the works last September, after a run of exhibitions by individual landscape photographers.
She says, ‘In the digital age, everyone has powerful cameras on their phones and can travel to take pictures of amazing landscapes, but it’s important to celebrate the works of professional artists and how they see their environment.
‘Each artist has their own unique vision and the works that they produce are very different, but each work they produce has a strong sense of location.’
From the Road will take place from 20 January – 17 March at Eleven, 11 Eccleston Street, London, SW1