Document Scotland’s latest exhibition – The Ties That Bind, curated by Anne Lyden and currently on at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery has now been open for over a month. We have been absolutely overwhelmed with the response. Thank you all of you who have already visited – and to those of you who haven’t had the chance – it’s on until 24th April 2016 so there’s plenty of time.
Here’s some selected press and reviews of the exhibition so far…
David Pollock interviewed Document Scotland and wrote an insightful article about the exhibition in The Independent
Janet Christie wrote an in depth article in The Scotland on Sunday about each of the Document Scotland photographers’ work.
Duncan McMillan gave ‘The Ties That Bind’ a 4 star review in The Scotsman
A review of ‘The Ties That Bind’ is featured in Photomonitor written by Dr Katherine Parhar
The exhibition was featured on the BBC: In Pictures feature by Phil Coomes
‘The Ties That Bind’ was featured in The List Magazine
Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert’s work ‘Unsullied & Untarnished’ was featured by The Daily Record
The Photographers’ Gallery featured Sophie Gerrard’s project ‘Drawn To The Land’
Stephen McLaren’s project ‘A Sweet Forgetting’ was featured in The New York Times Lens Blog
The National newspaper also featured a piece on Stephen McLaren’s project ‘A Sweet Forgetting’
As did The Sunday Herald – which featured ‘A Sweet Forgetting’ on the cover story of its weekend magazine one year on from the Referendum.
Sophie Gerrard was interviewed by Annie Brown of The Daily Record for an in depth article about her project ‘Drawn To The Land’.
The British Journal of Photography also featured a beautifully written article on Sophie Gerrard’s work by Jamie Dunn
Brighton Photoworks interviewed Sophie Gerrard about ‘Drawn To The Land’, you can see a slide show here.
An article on the exhibition by Kevin McKenna was featured in The National newspaper
Colin McPherson was featured in a BBC film by Dan Curtis about his project ‘When Saturday Comes’ – watch it here
ITV News featured Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert’s work ‘Unsullied & Untarnished’
Jeremy’s book of the same name was reviewed by The Scotsman
And ‘Unsullied & Untarnished’ was also reviewed in Photomonitor by Dr Katherine Parhar.