PHOTOS FROM THE EXHIBITION PREVIEW EVENING
Michael Mackenzie and Charlotte de Quatrebarbes are two Portsmouth photographers with a mutual interest in conceptual photography which gave them the idea of organising an exhibition together, in order to show Portsmouth in an original and abstract angle, as they like to see it through their viewfinders.
Pieces of Portsmouth opened on the 5th October with the exhibition walls covered with photos they recently shot around the city, while seeking for unseen ways of loving Portsmouth and enhancing the beauty of the day-to-day environment. The exhibition is on at The Teatray, and runs until the 14th of October.
All the benefits of the exhibition will be donated to the Life House, a local charity whose aim is to help homeless people in Portsmouth. The Life House is a resource, support centre and kitchen that serves hot food in Albert Road. It would be a great success if these photographs of the streets of Portsmouth could, in some way, help those in need that unfortunately know them a bit too well.
Below are some photos from the super busy opening night, be sure to pop by before the exhibition closes. To find out more about the exhibition and the photographers have a read of our exclusive interviews with Michael and Charlotte HERE.
…the exhibition walls covered with photos they recently shot around the city, while seeking for unseen ways of loving Portsmouth and enhancing the beauty of the day-to-day environment…