15 -17 June
Milo Hale is a young London based photographer whose interest in urban exploration and free running inspired him to document his experience, creating photographs that use his environment as a canvas.
Hales first solo exhibition, Personal Space features works from 2015 to the present. Raised during the explosion of social media, and indeed establishing an initial reputation based on his Instagram following, the photographs explore the dialectic between the camaraderie of a tightly knit collective community of urban explorers and the deeply personal experience of taking ones own path through the environment.
He describes his photographs as experiential rather than technical. I am not interested in what makes a technically perfect picture but more about how the place Im in makes me feel, and the experience I have in that moment. Im often looking for a moment of stillness in the least expected of places.
Having originally developed his work in his home city, Hale has recently expanded his urban outlook to new settings, including trips to Iceland, Berlin, Amsterdam and New York.
Hales work has previously been featured in EyeEms Future London exhibition (2015), The Observer and The Evening Standard.
Photographs are available to purchase in limited quantity. Please enquire or contact email@example.com for details.
15th June Private View 20.00 -22.00
16th – 17th June 12:00 – 18.00
1 Clove Crescent,
London E14 2BA
Getting to Republic Gallery:
East India DLR station is located onsite, 2 minutes walk from the Gallery. Exit East India station via the bridge over the flyover and head towards East India Dock. Republic Gallery is,located on the ground floor of Capstan House which can be identified by its distinctive yellow and teal facade.
The Gallery entrance is located opposite the Dock Wall. Go through the gate on the lefthand side of Capstan House and follow Dock Wall until you see a pathway on the right leading into the Gallery.
The nearest underground station is Canning Town on the Jubilee line, where you can connect to the DLR and travel one stop to East India. Bus route D3