4 March 2017 - 17 June 2017
A major retrospective exhibition of photographs spanning six decades, along with new work highlighting the photographer’s lifelong fascination with particular aspects of the world around us.
“The opportunity to review and exhibit six decades of work comes along very rarely for any individual. However, this is more than just a nostalgic ‘looking back’, the exhibition also contains new work which offers a glimpse of how my photography might develop further and builds on previous ideas and themes that have interested me over the years.
Most of the major bodies of work I have undertaken over the years are represented in this exhibition, in addition to images never before seen or printed. I have always loved almost every aspect of life and our environment and it has always been my intention to capture those seemingly mundane moments and surroundings that might pass unnoticed unless observed by a sympathetic eye. These observations have then been collected into coherent bodies of work that allow for the recollections in the future.”
There will be some disruption to visitors of the Pete Davis exhibition on Friday (12 May) and Saturday (13 May) whilst the Gregynog Gallery hosts the Family & Local History Fair.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.