This solo exhibition by photographer Hazel Plater will take place in the High Bridge Works reception, organised by Newcastle Contemporary Art.
Following the Covid-19 pandemic, Plater returned to the streets of Newcastle upon Tyne to record the re-emergence of people into the public space.
Photographed in the candid street style, the works in this social documentary series are sometimes humorous, sometimes poignant, and a celebration of the resilience, hope and pride that is found in community. These are ‘quick pics of people doing stuff’ and simultaneously a nuanced reflection on humanity, ourselves and our challenges.
The exhibition runs from September 12th to October 12th.
You can find information about related events on the NCA website.
Photos to follow