Current Exhibition


17.11.18 - 18.01/.19


Admission - Free


#bowerygallery /
november 2018

Ed Carey

stepping back

‘Stepping Back’ is a series of photographs that explores the impact of Brexit on British identity. Spanning the twelve months following the 2016 vote, it seeks out and illuminates everyday moments that reveal a British identity, or identities, beyond the screaming headlines of Brexit, Trump and the refugee crisis.

These are snapshots of the messy, the complicated, the subtly optimistic: a conversation between two friends on the tube, an enthusiastic busker, an older person watching the world go by from the relative tranquility of a roadside bench.

The series is also an opportunity to slow down and absorb the moments of ordinary connection, confrontation, confusion and wonder that are easily overlooked.

www.careyej01.wixsite.com/edward-carey-artist

Twitter: ejcartist

Instagram: ejcartist


Ed Carey

stepping back

‘Stepping Back’ is a series of photographs that explores the impact of Brexit on British identity. Spanning the twelve months following the 2016 vote, it seeks out and illuminates everyday moments that reveal a British identity, or identities, beyond the screaming headlines of Brexit, Trump and the refugee crisis.

These are snapshots of the messy, the complicated, the subtly optimistic: a conversation between two friends on the tube, an enthusiastic busker, an older person watching the world go by from the relative tranquility of a roadside bench.

The series is also an opportunity to slow down and absorb the moments of ordinary connection, confrontation, confusion and wonder that are easily overlooked.

www.careyej01.wixsite.com/edward-carey-artist

Twitter: ejcartist

Instagram: ejcartist


Ed Carey

stepping back

‘Stepping Back’ is a series of photographs that explores the impact of Brexit on British identity. Spanning the twelve months following the 2016 vote, it seeks out and illuminates everyday moments that reveal a British identity, or identities, beyond the screaming headlines of Brexit, Trump and the refugee crisis.

These are snapshots of the messy, the complicated, the subtly optimistic: a conversation between two friends on the tube, an enthusiastic busker, an older person watching the world go by from the relative tranquility of a roadside bench.

The series is also an opportunity to slow down and absorb the moments of ordinary connection, confrontation, confusion and wonder that are easily overlooked.

www.careyej01.wixsite.com/edward-carey-artist

Twitter: ejcartist

Instagram: ejcartist

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