We have teamed up with Shutter Hub to bring you EVERYDAY DELIGHT, an exhibition all about looking for the joy in the small things, finding the magic in what might at first appear mundane, and discovering the beauty in the everyday.
It’s there, but you might not always be able to see it.
In a world where we seem to have more to worry about every day it’s not always easy to find the positive view, but we are hoping that this collaboration with Shutter Hub, and the collation of over 100 images, will give viewers something to think about and to focus on temporarily, and perhaps to come away seeing things differently.
“The Free Space Project and The James Wigg Practice at Kentish Town Health Centre would like to thank Shutter Hub and all the contributors for their wonderful exhibition.
We have had very many shows in our exhibition space since 2009. Your exhibition is quite outstanding. We have had more positive comments and congratulations from patients, visitors to the centre, staff, and those specifically visiting the exhibition than ever before.
As one of the doctors reported – it puts a smile on your face each time you go past. It does also make you truly observe the everyday.
Thank you all for such a great contribution to our Arts and Health agenda.”
– Dr Roy Macgregor, Chair of Trustees, Free Space Project
“The photographs in this exhibition are wonderful. The beautiful / odd / unusual subject matter can interest, engage and intrigue anyone and everyone, which is really important in the Health Centre setting.
Images where the subject is familiar or mundane, take on a new life when seen through the photographers lens, and a few images are taken from such an unusual angle it takes a few moments to work out what they actually are.
I went back to have another look, last week and overheard a couple waiting for their appointment picking out the images they liked best, and smiling about the subject matter of others.
People may not understand why something has been the subject of a photograph at all, but the fact that it has made them look and question, is great. Hopefully some will see small everyday things in a different light having seen the exhibition.”
– Trustee, Free Space Project
Amanda Eatwell, Andrew P Crawford, Ann Petruckevitch, Ashley Erdman, Brian Human, Chris Bird, Claudia Leisinger, David Morgan-Davies, Dayana Sharon Marconi, Debbie Naylor, Denise Lawry, Diana Serban, Diana Hagues, Edith Templeton, Emma Robinson, Frankie Mcallister, Gemma Taylor, Gerard Francis, Heloise Bergman, Ilisa Stack, Ingrid Newton, James Sykes, Janet Lees, Jayne Lloyd, Jill Reidy, Jo Stapleton, Joel Snitram, Jude Wall, Judith Weik, Kimberly Poppe, Kristel Collison, Louise Ward, Lyndsay Cooper, Madeleine Waller, Marianne van Loo, Matthew Dever, Michel Petillo, Mike Cookson, Myka Baum, Naomi James, Naomi Woddis, Oliver Wright, Pamela Carr, Parvathi Kumar, Phil Harvey, Phillipa Bloom, Ray Knox, Rosie Barnes, Rosita McKenzie, Sally Tyrie, Samantha Brown, Sara Hannant, Sarah Callow, Sarah-Jane Field, Sue Oakford,Susan Bittker, Susan Brunialti, Thomas Bourdeau, Tiina Burton, Tracey Sharpe, Trevor Attwood, Wendy Aldiss, Zaklina Anderson, Zoe Barker.