An exhibitions of photographs by Colin Hampden-White runs at the King's Art Centre until 25 February. The exhibition is called Unbridled Conversations, and it uses a series of portraits to explore the relationship people have with their environments.
Colin is interested in the nature versus nurture debate. All the people photographed in this exhibition are in their own homes, or in places close to their homes. This prompts reflections on how much that environment created each person's identity, and how identity is formed.
Colin is a photojournalist who has worked for The Times and Financial Times as well as Condé Nast, LUX and Decanter magazine. His fine art photography is shown at the Rebecca Hossack Gallery in London.
See the exhibitions page for more information.
The King's Art Centre is on 'A' staircase, which is the first door on the left as you enter the Front Court of the college. Exhibitions at the centre are open to the public 11am to 5pm daily, and entry is free.