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THIS SPACE I BELONG presents the contemporary documentary works of fifteen emerging artists


Gregory Murphy

THIS SPACE I BELONG presents the contemporary documentary works of fifteen emerging artists. Informed by the collective need to feel a sense of belonging in our surroundings, the exhibition explores notions of conflicting identity, community, our environments and change, investigat- ing current cultural and socioeconomic issues. The featured works examine the multifaceted perception of what it means to belong, from the housing problem and regeneration of London to the questioning of dual-heritage identity and the documentation of simply trying to exist and find one’s self in a fragmented society.


Gregor Emmanuel

Acting as an alternative graduate show for UAL’s Photography, Photojournalism and Documentary Photography BA courses, THIS SPACE I BELONG is a collaborative effort between the collective of graduates and curator Bethany Williams.


Charles Maddocks

Exhibiting artists

Gregory Murphy, @gregory_murphy 

Yang Qingyu, @cymansgviki 

Sienna Jacob, @siennajacob 

Charles Maddocks, @maddockscharles

Sean Hawkey, @sghawkey 

Sonam Tobgyal, sonamtobgyal.com

Gregor Emmanuel, @gregoremmanuel_ 

Ricky Lee, @ricky_lee96

Henry Rose, @henryrosephoto

Ralph Ellison, @mister_ellison

Olive Oberoi, @olive.oberoi

Emily Dessi-Makin, @em_mkn 

Gio Ottanta, @nanni.ottanta

Karla Lizethe Hunter, @framesfromhunter

Harry Turner, @harryjamesturner

An independent grad show featuring predominately contemporary documentary photography 3rd September – 12th September 2020  Gallery 46

Launch / Private View Thursday 3rd September 6 pm – 9 pm Public Exhibition Friday 4th – Saturday 12th September 12 pm – 6 pm Private View & Garden Saturday 5th September 12 pm – 6 pm


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