The latest Flow Photographic Gallery exhibition features the one-off silver gelatin prints by one of the UK’s best known exponents of the new psycho-documentary photography. Matthew Finn won the Jerwood Prize in 2015 for his extensive and intimate study of his mother. Now, for the first time, four bodies of Finn’s work are being brought together. Mother is now joined by Uncle, Wife and Son. Now hanging together a new dynamic appears in Finn’s work as stories and relationships swirl and mesh. This exhibition is about love, intimacy, memory and loss. The silver gelatin prints are made by Finn himself and are printed in editions of one only....
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