Tim Rudman is acknowledged as one of Britain’s finest landscape photographers. His work originates in film and is transformed into silver gelatin prints, personally hand-crafted using traditional ‘wet’ printing techniques in the darkroom. On the occasion of the release of his new book, ‘Iceland: an uneasy calm’, this exhibition celebrates and documents Tim Rudman’s experiences travelling through Iceland. Where geysers spurt, mud pools boil and steam billows from the ground, Iceland is a land of myth, magic and spectacular scenery. With the ever-present danger of volcano eruptions, the exhibition will take visitors on a journey through eerie landscapes, brooding skies, spectacular mountaintops and black lava sand flats.
23 April 2016 – 3 July 2016
£5 Annual Pass | Under 18s Free
Image Credit: Kirkjufell. – ®Tim Rudman. Selenium and thiourea toned silver gelatine print