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Sculpting time

There is a widely held notion that the camera never lies, that photographs always truthfully represent what is within the viewer. But don’t tell that to photographer Malcolm Glover, says HOT reporter John Cole. 

Posted 21:45 Tuesday, May 28, 2013 In: Photography Tags: , , , , ,
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Adrian Arbib talks about his work

Press photographer, Adrian Arbib concluded his exhibition, “Solsbury Hill, Chronicle of a Road Protest” at Hastings Arts Forum last Tuesday with an illustrated talk. HOT’s Nick Weekes was in attendance

Posted 14:26 Saturday, Mar 30, 2013 In: Photography Tags: , , , ,
Alessandro Penso Youth denied: young immigrants in Greece

Mixed tones of international photography

The Terry O’Neill photography competition was started by Lucy Bell in 2007 as a small online competition which is gaining momentum and growing in stature by the year.

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East End Photographs by Steven Berkoff

Steven Berkoff is well known as a director, playwright and actor – a creative giant of the theatre.  He is less well known as a photographer, but his genius is truly revealed in the current show at Lucy Bell’s Gallery in St Leonards. HOT reporter Cathy Simpson visited East End Photographs by Steven Berkoff and discussed his work with Lucy Bell.

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An intimate view

Trinity Gallery in Hastings town centre hosts yet another excellent photographic exhibition, running until Friday 16 November. The two-person show called ‘Other Lives’ promises a glimpse into two very different worlds. Erica Smith pulled back the curtains and took a sneaky peak into two very different worlds…

Norman Road by Bob Mazzer

Bob Mazzer at The Kave Gallery

The work of Hastings-based photographer Bob Mazzer has been described as: ‘a myriad view of Britain.  His work reads part social history archive, part homage to the power of nature.’  When asked about his own feelings, he replied:  “Everywhere I live, I like to think of the people around me as my family.  So this is a family album.” HOT reporter Cathy Simpson reviews Bob’s family album…

Horse Market by Malcolm Glover

Photographers follow myriad themes, subjects and techniques, stamping their own individuality and personality onto their projects. At Hastings Art Forum as part of Brighton Photo Fringe three respected photographers are exhibiting intriguing, disparate black and white documentary projects. HOT reporter Lauris Morgan-Griffiths

Brian Rybolt

Ospedale al Mare

It’s amazing how people can develop a sixth sense about finding what they really love.  Brian Rybolt tends to have that for old faded, interesting architectural buildings. Enchanted by photographs of the light, atmosphere and patina  of old buildings HOT reporter Lauris Morgan-Griffiths

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