Fishing Quarter Gallery, Brighton, 12th-18th July 2019
Photography from three environmental projects by photographer Alan Gignoux will be exhibited at Fishing Quarter Gallery in Brighton. Curated by Chloe Juno.
OIL SANDS – The Oil Sands of Northern Alberta represent one of the biggest social, environmental and political dilemmas of our time. Alan and his team have been investigating the complex issues surrounding the Oil Sands since 2010.
APPALACHIA – Alan witnesses the devastating effects of mountaintop removal in America’s coal heartland.
LATVIA – Latvia has made tremendous progress in cleaning up the highly toxic environmental legacy of Soviet occupation, but there remains a lot to do. Today, the greatest environmental challenge facing the country lies in the management of these vast and beautiful woodlands.
Fishing Quarter Gallery:
204 Kings Rd Arches,