Current Exhibition


Slant — Aaron Schuman
3 October–7 November 2019

If you opened the local newspaper in the small New England town of Amherst, Massachusetts, as Aaron Schuman did one day, you might find a section entitled “Police Reports” – succinct and extraordinarily anticlimactic accounts of crimes, suspicious activities, events and non-events reported in the area during the previous week. In SLANT, Schuman interweaves a selection of these clippings published between 2014-2018, with quietly wry photographs he made within a thirty-mile radius of Amherst from 2016-18, in response to their unintentionally deadpan descriptions. What began as a genuinely affectionate, tongue-in-cheek take on the small towns where Schuman spent his childhood steadily came to reflect the disquieting rise of “fake news”, “alternative facts”, “post-truth” politics and paranoia in America following the 2016 election.

Past Exhibitions


Miho Kajioka
And, where did the peacocks go?
22 May - 28 July 2019
(Press release)


MACK at Hotshoe 333

28 July – 31 August 2018
(Press relase)


Tereza Zelenkova
A Snake That Disappeared
a Hole in the Wall
(Press release)


Homer Sykes
Country Customs
(Press release)


Sam Hiscox
Everything, Tomorrow
1 November 2017 - 7 January 2018
(Press release)


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