Silent Exchange: the Landscape Photography of Charlie Waite

Free exhibtion

To 20 September 2014

Dorset, Win Green Hill, England, by Charlie Waite. Varied agricultural landscape beneath stormy skies, with a sunlit middle distance

Silent Exchange: the Landscape Photography of Charlie Waite

Silent Exchange is an exhibition of award-winning photography by one of the world’s most celebrated landscape photographers, Charlie Waite. Bringing together his most important landscapes to date as well as new works, Silent Exchange showcases Waite’s personal response to beauty, in an exhibition of over 50 images which spans a lifetime at the forefront of landscape photography. Waite’s photographs aim to encourage an emotional response from the viewer based on the silent exchange between viewer and landscape.

Opening hours: Monday - Saturday 9.30am - 11pm.
Closed Sunday 14 September.

Charlie Waite has had a number of highly acclaimed one-man shows throughout his career including the Goldstrom Gallery on Broadway, New York in 2001, Hope at the OXO Gallery, London in 2002 and Earthscapes at The Centre for Photographic Art in Carmel, California in 1999.

View the exhibition in the company of Charlie Waite on a special tour, details here

He has published 28 books on photography and held over 30 solo exhibitions across Europe, the USA, Japan and Australia.

Charlie Waite is the recipient of numerous awards including the prestigious Honorary Fellowship to the British Institute of Professional Photographers as well as Amateur Photography’s Power of Photography Award and is frequently invited all over the world to give lectures on landscape photography. Waite started the annual Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards, which he set up to encourage the British to use their camera to engage more closely with their environments whether urban or rural and in 2013, he also launched Landscape Photographer of the Year in the USA.

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