British photographer Gerard Hancock will be taking part in Parallax, an art fair which is being held this year at Chelsea Town Hall, King's Road, London from 16-18 February 2012. Now in its third edition, this fair provides artists with direct contact with those interested in acquiring art within a modern and authentic framework, which in many ways reflects the artist-based approach adopted by Photographers Direct.
On view at the fair will be work from artists from 32 countries around the world and
entry is free to the public.
Taken in many locations around the world, Gerard Hancock's images have a mystical feel, with reflected and indirect light playing an important part. Some are abstract, some boldly graphic, but with every image the eye really needs to explore the whole composition to begin to understand what the image is really saying.
Below are some examples of Gerard Hancock's work which will be on display at Parrallax this February.
Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing.
Cromeloque dos Almendres, Alentejo, Portugal.
Pilgrimage of Fatima, Portugal
San mother foraging in the Kalahari.
Silver Patron, New York.
Water wall, Dubai.
Gerard Hancock can be contacted direct via his Photographers Direct Portfolio.