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Hotel Polissia Terrace, Pripyat

Pripyat: 21 Years after Chernobyl. 50×33cm, Edition of 25 + 1 A/P Quintin Lake

This photograph of Hotel Polissia in Pripyat  is one of the 50 selected images that will be traveling to the Crane Kalman Gallery in Brighton to be part of HOST @ Crane Kalman Brighton, an exhibition featuring a selection from the 3rd annual Foto8 Summer Show. This exhibition will run from the 11th to the 29th of September 2010. “Pripyat: 21 Years after Chernobyl” has been previously been exhibited at the Architectural Association, London; The Royal West of England Academy, Bristol and Host Gallery, London.

The image is for sale at £355 framed or £295 unframed in an edition of 25. To purchase a print please contact me

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Photography © Quintin Lake

Hotel Polissia Terrace, Pripyat

Pripyat: 21 Years after Chernobyl. A silver birch tree grows through the floor on the terrace of Hotel Polissia. The hammer and sickle is visible atop the distant building. 50×33cm, Edition of 25 + 1 A/P

Foto8 Summershow 2010, Exhibition Catalogue Cover

Foto8 Summershow 2010, Exhibition Catalogue

150 images were chosen for exhibition from Over 2500 individual images were received from photographers representing the six continents. From landscape and portraiture to documentary and fashion and everything in between, the Summershow celebrates the photographic talent of established names and aspiring photographers alike.

The Foto8 Summershow 2010 runs from 26 July to 4 September Buy Exhibition Catalogue

HOST GALLERY
1-5 Honduras Street
London EC1Y 0TH
UK

The image is for sale at £355 framed or £295 unframed in an edition of 25

VIEW MORE IMAGES from Pripyat (Pripiat) 21 years after Chernobyl

Foto8 Summershow 2010 at Host Gallery Honduras Street, London

Foto8 Summershow 2010 at Host Gallery Honduras Street, London

Foto8 Summershow 2010 at Host Gallery Honduras Street, London

Photography © Quintin Lake

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