DAVID STEWART
PAID CONTENT
28 SEPTEMBER - 23 NOVEMBER 2018

DAVID STEWART
PAID CONTENT
28 SEPTEMBER - 23 NOVEMBER 2018

DAVID STEWART
PAID CONTENT
28 SEPTEMBER - 23 NOVEMBER 2018

DAVID STEWART
PAID CONTENT
28 SEPTEMBER - 23 NOVEMBER 2018

DAVID STEWART
PAID CONTENT
28 SEPTEMBER - 23 NOVEMBER 2018

Paid Content is the latest body of work to be launched by acclaimed British Photographer David Stewart, the project will be simultaneously released as both a solo exhibition and photobook published by Browns Editions.

Stewart is gamekeeper turned poacher as he uses the setting of the advertising agency, an environment he has occupied for the past four decades to explore the changing face of workplace culture, and the wider dehumanising effect that is occurring due to the growth of large, faceless corporations and globalisation. Stewart creates highly detailed images which result in an unforgiving, penetrative treatment of his subjects and what they stand for – high gloss superficiality, smoke and mirrors.

ROBIN BROADBENT
REDUCTION, REDUCTION
3 MAY – 31 AUGUST 2018

ROBIN BROADBENT
REDUCTION, REDUCTION
3 MAY – 31 AUGUST 2018

ROBIN BROADBENT
REDUCTION, REDUCTION
3 MAY – 31 AUGUST 2018

ROBIN BROADBENT
REDUCTION, REDUCTION
3 MAY – 31 AUGUST 2018

ROBIN BROADBENT
REDUCTION, REDUCTION
3 MAY – 31 AUGUST 2018

ROBIN BROADBENT
REDUCTION, REDUCTION
3 MAY – 31 AUGUST 2018

Reduction, Reduction, a solo exhibition of works by internationally acclaimed photographic artist Robin Broadbent, marks the inaugural exhibition at Wren London. Broadbent’s works are an abstract documentation of today’s material culture. Through formal qualities of space, shape, light and line, Broadbent’s photographs demand attention as sensuous entities. These qualities are embodied in the series Cell, created by highlights in oil, taking what began as a black space and forming individual embryonic worlds.

For Reduction, Reduction, a selection of works have been taken from the recent book, The Photographic Work of Robin Broadbent, and have been produced specifically for this exhibition as silver gelatin and digital chromogenic photographic prints. The exhibition reflects the light & dark throughout Broadbent’s practice with the large scale artworks installed within two distinctly different rooms of the gallery.