Hitomi Hosono in her studio
Hitomi Hosono in her studio

Viewing Room

I hope you and those close to you are well.

As you know, we are all experiencing a degree of isolation, which for most of us is in remarkable contrast to our usual daily interaction with other people at home and at work.

Our new Viewing Room will showcase artists who work from a distance. Through a series of interviews and discussions, existing and newly-commissioned photography and film we shall introduce you, albeit briefly, to these artists’ different inspirations, influences and practices.

The three artists presented today can be found in a converted factory studio in London, an immaculate, bright, custom-designed space on the central coast of Denmark and a centuries-old stone cave under a house in a medieval town in Umbria, Italy.

We hope you enjoy the Viewing Room and its links.