A stunning new photography exhibition, Andy Dunkley: A Life Imitating Art, lands at Cannon Hall Museum on Friday, 16 February.
Those interested in art, architecture, the military (specifically the RAF), and photography won't want to miss this outstanding free display, featuring the captivating imagery of local photographer Andy Dunkley.
With a degree in commercial design and photography, Andy has had an impressive career that includes serving as a photographer in the RAF, followed by a twenty-six-year role as an in-house photographer for the Tate Galleries.
This retrospective looks back on his varied career, spanning his outstanding professional and personal work, and is on display until Monday 6 May. Andy's photographs of iconic pieces of artwork and landmarks are simply spectacular and will leave visitors in awe of his skill and creativity, perhaps inspiring future photographers.
Cllr Robin Franklin, Cabinet Spokesperson for Regeneration and Culture, said: “Andy has had an illustrious career in photography, his work is outstanding, and we are proud to have local creativity and skill on display in Cannon Hall Museum. Free to enter, the Museum its collections and exhibitions make for a wonderful free trip out and a great way to explore Barnsley's culture.”
For more information about the exhibition visit www.cannon-hall.com