Introducing Threshold, a new series by Alastair Cook

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Introducing Gap in the Hedge, a new series by Dan Wood

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Introducing WHITE WHALE by Robert Darch
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An ITO exclusive, Guy Dickinson and Alison Morris introduce their collaboration; STRÁINSÉAR
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Introducing ELUTRIATE by Kathleen Donohoe
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Introducing a heartbreaking series by our good friend Chris Friel

 

‘JOE’

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Angus Carlyle will be generously sharing a series of despatches with ITO over the next few weeks whilst undertaking a collaborative project based in Okinawa
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Introducing WARPED TOPOGRAPHIES by Richard Earney

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The landscape photography collective mediating the liminal space between the world before us and within

The Inside the Outside collective are extremely proud to announce, that by invitation, they will be exhibiting at the MMX Gallery in London this spring.

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THRESHOLD | Alastair Cook

THRESHOLD | Alastair Cook

I am not a landscape photographer. I suppose if there’s anything photographic I can do competently it’s take photographs of people - I like a mug shot, me.     It’s a real honour to be asked by ITO to show you something, but I have no landscape series, no...

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GAP IN THE HEDGE | Dan Wood

GAP IN THE HEDGE | Dan Wood

Bwlch-y-Clawdd     Loosely based around nostalgia, ‘Gap in the Hedge’ reflects on a journey I used to make with my mother to the Rhondda Valley every saturday when I was a child, to visit family relatives. My daughter and I now regularly make this same...

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WARPED TOPOGRAPHIES | Richard Earney

WARPED TOPOGRAPHIES | Richard Earney

Embarking on a project often results from a belated realisation that the work you've been producing has something about it; that links, that has coherence. It is rare that it occurs for me with images more than a few weeks or months old. It was even more unlikely that...

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WHITE WHALE | Robert Darch

WHITE WHALE | Robert Darch

  The White Whale is a series of colour photographs taken in the south west of England. The title of the series takes its inspiration from the novel Moby Dick by Herman Melville, a tale of one man’s obsessive quest to hunt a mythical white whale. In the novel,...

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JOE | by Chris Friel

JOE | by Chris Friel

INTRODUCTION When we first formed the Inside the Outside collective we had a clear vision of the type of photographic work we as a group were ourselves driven to create and the work of others we wanted to share. Paraphrasing from our collective’s statement...

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