Natalia Skobeeva rails against the 'picture-perfect' attitudes of the digital age. Projects include cyanotypes, film of London which has been buried in coffee, and using expired film, all revealing unpredictable results.
This exhibition catalogue from Skobeeva's first solo exhibition includes images from several projects, and also an essay by Tim Clark, a poem by Steve Gross written in response to the photographs, and an interview with the photographer.
The Viewfinder Photography Gallery is a registered charity which showcases the work of emerging art photographers.
ReViewfinder (Sep 2010 - May 2011) Published May 27, 2011
Shop Front Churches Published November 23, 2009
Car Park: Under Cover Published October 30, 2009
Myths and Fairytales Published October 09, 2009
Water-land: Deptford Creek Published September 18, 2009
Nestled Published September 11, 2009
The Second Greenwich Annuale Published July 30, 2009
Symbiosis Published July 03, 2009