PHOTO-SOUP | Carlos Saladén-Vargas : Until 12 May

Photo-Soup is a collaborative project that allows artists to disseminate their work and ideas without the the necessity to fit mainstream curatorial agendas.

The artists exhibiting in London are: Ania Cerelczak, Heather McDonough, Gianni Forte, Eti Wade, Mark Hamilton Gruchy, EJ Major, Melanie Stidolph, Barbara van den Heuvel, Carlos Saladen Vargas, Roland Serani, Nadege Meriau, Alex Drago.

www.photo-soup.org

Carlos Saladén-Vargas was born and raised in Venezuela and prior to moving to London to explore his artistic interests he worked in the field of mechanical engineering. He possesses both an HND and MA in Photography and is co-founder of Photo-Soup, a collaborative projected that has allowed him and other artists to show their work internationally. Before delving into photography, he participated in several experimental music projects and co-founded the net-based label ailimaf.com His work is informed by an interest in the socio-political functions of photography and critically engages with issues attaching to spectatorship and installation of large-scale photographic projects. Since 2009 he has organised exhibitions in London, Barcelona and Mexico City. Today, he lives in Margarita Island where he raises his family and develops his art practice.

Unit24 gallery : 24 Great Guildford St, London SE1 0FD United Kingdom

20. Apr – 12. May  * FREE

www.unit24.info

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