Private dinner and viewing of Contemporary photography at Paradise Row Gallery

The Details Of A Dark Horse In Low Light, is a meditation on race and photography.

Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin are amongst the most important artists in the world working in the photographic medium. Having transitioned from being acclaimed documentary photographers, Broomberg & Chanarin have recently built a reputation for conceptually interrogating the traditional tenants of photography. Their work is in the collections of the Tate, V&A, Saatchi Gallery and other key institutions around the world and is constantly exhibited in major exhibitions, globally.

Nick Hackworth is one of London’s most exciting young gallerists. He was recently listed by Artinfo as one the ‘10 Young British Dealers to Watch’. He began his career in the art world as Contemporary Art Critic for the Evening Standard. After five years he decided to begin showing a group of some of the most promising emerging artists in London and subsequently he founded the gallery Paradise Row in late 2006. He also works as an advisor to a number of major private collectors and public institutions.

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