Sunday Gallery presents the first Swiss solo show of British artist Elaine Constantine. Constantine‘s career began - at the age of nineteen, unemployed and without a chance in Thatcher‘s Britain of the 80‘s - when she picked up her aunt‘s camera, in order to photograph her friends from the soul and scooter scene. Soon convinced that she had found her calling, she completed various nationally subsidised training courses in Manchester, before moving to London in 1992 as an assistant of Nick Night to learn the actual profession of commercial and documentary photography.
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