Thursday 13 February 18:30 - 19:30

Dorothy Circus Gallery London
35 Connaught Street
W2 2AZ


What I've Seen So Far

Performing & Visual Arts

What I've Seen So Far is a comprehensive overview of works by the most prominent international contemporary photographers.

Dorothy Circus Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the upcoming group exhibition, What I’ve Seen So Far. This exhibition will represent the First Chapter of what will be an annual collaboration titled GREY Circus, curated by Alexandra Mazzanti, owner and director of Dorothy Circus, and Valentina Ilardi, founder and curator of GREY Magazine, a leading international publication that has strongly influenced fashion photography in the last decade.

What I've Seen So Far, presented both at Dorothy Circus Gallery Rome and London, is a comprehensive overview of works by the most prominent international photographers, selected for their exceptional talent and imagination. The artists on show will be: Billy Kidd, Caitlin Cronenberg, Peppe Tortora, Laurent Chéhère, Iness Rychlik, Anka Zhuravleva, Karel Chladek, Arash Radpour, Jesse Herzog, Giuseppe Gradella, Claudia Pasanisi and Mirko Viglino.

In La Prisonnière, Marcel Proust writes 'The real voyage of discovery consists, not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes’. Similarly, What I’ve Seen So Far will be linked to the concept of discovery through seeing with new eyes. While looking at a painting we are able to play with ours and the artist’s imagination, but with photography, we can directly see what the photographer is seeing and, therefore, seeing with new eyes.

The exhibition will celebrate the most diverse and hidden forms of the human soul. We are invited to observe and try to give shape to those sensations, to those movements of the human soul, which often have no physical matter. Love, respect, joy, fear, strength and pain find colours and nuances in a sequence of photographs that offer the most disparate panoramas, accompanying us on this journey.

The 13 selected photographers will each present a series of 2 to 7 artworks, showcasing a unique fragment of reality that is distant from us and, at the same time, parallel to our emotions.

London | Private View:Thursday, 13 February 2020, 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm

RSVP [email protected]


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