by Paul Lowe

May 1st - 29th July 2012

The presence of death is felt in Paul Lowe’s photographs: war and its terrors are evoked in images notable for their stillness, reminding us that exploding buildings and screaming faces are only the most obvious ways of showing devastation. But here is life too, for the Bosnians have survived, mourned and moved forward. Lovers, refugees reclaiming the old homes, old men, rambunctious children and fashionable boulevardiers populate this work, as do images of snowy fields, rebuilt bridges, and parties.