Artist Talk | Isidro Ramirez | Monday 4th April

Photographer Isidro Ramirez often uses architecture to express his ideas and in his series "360 Degrees" he uses the stark Soviet era buildings of East Berlin to question the idea of photography's veracity as a recording medium.

By combining four images shot from the four corners of a single one of these buildings into one photograph Isidro not only produces an image that can never be seen in reality but gives the viewer a new understanding of the urban landscape captured in its entirety.

Isidro is a post graduate in Photography and Urban Cultures from Goldsmiths College and has exhibited extensively including at the Viewfinder gallery, London; Photofusion Gallery, London; Modern Art Oxford; Zelda Cheatle Gallery, London; Galerie Hunchentoot, Berlin and the 2002 photography festival, Photoespana, Madrid.


Monday 4th April 2011

The Front Room
96 Farringdon Road
London EC1R 3EA

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