Eleven gallery in London is inviting visitors on a road trip with a selection of photographers with a talent for making location the central character of their work. From the Road Again takes the viewer on a journey through some of the world’s most breathtaking landscapes, capturing natural phenomena along the way, but also finding the beauty in the superstructures of urban centres.
The freedom and isolation of the American West is brilliantly distilled in Jane Hilton’s series Dead Eagle Trail, the Nevada sky so wide and empty it seems to squash down on the landscape. The temperature drops considerably but the sense of isolation remains with Dede Johnston, who focuses on the clean cold white brilliance of the Alpine mountain range. Peter Newman’s work is the other side of the coin completely, and his alternative view of the London cityscape in Metropoly shows the man-made fighting for space with the natural world, and both closing in on the viewer who is dwarfed by their scale. The exhibition runs until 7 June.