Crane Kalman Brighton presents the work of British photographic artist, Rachel Louise Brown. In it’s second Viewing Room exhibitions, the gallery showcase Brown’s ‘Simulations’ series, produced across a four-year artist residency at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre, Florida from 2014-2018. The work was selected for the ‘Women in Photography’ Photo London Pavilion Commission in 2019, alongside Mary McCartney and Susan Meiselas. A graduate of the Royal College of Art Photography MA programme, Brown observes the world as a stage, creating photographs whilst exploring and experiencing unfamiliar places alone; often at night. As the explorations evolve, strangers found via casting calls, begin to...
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