This weeks viewing room at Hamiltons Gallery presents the series Bittersweet by German photographer Christopher Thomas. This online exclusive is a preview ahead of the exhibition opening at Hamiltons later this year. Taken in multiple locations around the world, the photographs show a range of subjects which oscillate between sadness and joy, evoking a loss of innocence as we leave childhood behind. The works share a cinematic tension and mostly an absence of human figures, as is typical of the cityscapes Thomas is known for, in this case suggesting an air of abandonment. Thomas cites the influence of Edward Hopper’s...
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