Cutting through the lush green Kent countryside a Motorway Underpass has become a contemporary Art Gallery, but without visitors. Is this Art in the Community or an arranged Political Appeasement to the Community? Regardless, this location is only really seen (or not seen) by motorists speeding pass, of which I am sure there is very little recognition of the effort made.
This is part of a Collection of eight photographs exploring the tones, textures, angles and light that is created by this outside art installation.
This photograph is also available as a Limited Edition Framed Print, Premium Art Prints (framed or unframed), or as a Digital Image.
Collectors Prints: Limited Edition #01
Printed on Baryta black & white paper from Ilford; 315 g/m² silk finish with a 2 cm white boarder around image. Authentication Label on back of print, signed by Photographer. Supplied within a protective photographic sleeve. Authentication Certificate included with each print purchase.
This is a unframed print.
Overall Print Size – 41 cm x 29 cm (37 cm x 25 cm image size).
Total number of Prints available in this Limited Edition print run – 10 off.
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