My Brutal Life Transmitting the Power of Art
Get yourself along to ‘My Brutal Life’ at the Moore Street Electricity Substation in Sheffield. It’s a working substation and the most fabulous space for an exhibition of photographs about brutalism. And the good news is that an extra weekend has just been added.
Martin Dust is the driving force behind this exhibition. A Sheffield-based photographer of international renown, he’s been exploring Sheffield’s industrial heritage for many years, taking us on photo-journeys. His motivation;
Landscapes are not always green. Skies are not always blue. My Brutal Life is an exhibition of photographs, paintings, poetry and more – works that find their stories in concrete textures, in pavement dreamers, in brickwork shadows and the puddles in the road
The bonus is a rare chance to get inside a striking brutalist space designed in 1968 and experience a stellar exhibition featuring Richard Davis, Mandy Payne, Mick Jones, Martin Dust, Scott Amoeba, The Black Dog, Alun Cocks, Helen Angell and more.
Pre-booking is required with admission on a donation basis.
Book Saturday 21st October here
Sunday 22nd October here
All images are the Copyright of Richard Davis