In Under Gods, Liz Hingley brings the colourful world of Soho Road in Birmingham to the HOST Gallery. The collection of photographs intimately documents different communities who use the 30 religious buildings along the road. Her beautifully poignant and thought provoking images celebrate the rich cultural diversities and religious practices, and speak about wider issues in contemporary urban experience.
Installation views, HOST Gallery.
To coincide with the exhibiton, HOST Gallery will be holding a series of special events:
PANEL DISCUSSION: Representing Faith in Photography
16 March, 18:30
Liz Hingley, John Angerson, Ben Quash and Claire Dwyer will all be speakers at a discussion that will explore the moral and practical process of engaging with religious communities through the camera and the wider issues surrounding the visual representation of faith.
WORKSHOP: Objects of Spiritual Meaning
23 March, 18:30
The public are invited to bring an object they feel has spiritual meaning for an open discussion about the power that objects can hold.
The exhibition is at the HOST Gallery, London, and runs until April 2nd, 2011. Don’t miss it!
Entry to the exhibition is free.
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