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Sara Reverberi and Mariana Cutino Moguel present “Journey”

  Saturday 24th March 2012

“Journey” is an exciting art exhibition held in the Brick Lane Gallery which takes us on a reflective escapade presenting to us the meeting point of design and photography.

The exploration brings together the work of two talented individuals: Sara Reverberi is a motivated freelance photographer working in London for a number of fashion magazines whilst juggling her own projects. To showcase her work, Sara has collaborated with Mariana Cutino Moguel, an MA graduate in Industrial Design from Central St Martins, who is based in London and works mainly with Illustration.

The project exhibited focuses on fashion, from two different aspects. It is a meeting point through photography and design, focusing on the idea that whilst a photograph captures feelings and certain moments, design is an endless quest for perfection to reality. Together this venture reflects not only visual but personal journeys in which you can produce your own answers.

This exhibition is not to be overlooked and is opening on Wednesday 28th March at 6pm at the Brick Lane Gallery, famous for exhibiting an eclectic variety of contemporary art.

After the 28th March, the exhibition will open daily from 1pm to 6pm until 8th April, giving you plenty of time to get yourself down there – as it would be regrettable to miss.

Stephanie Anderson


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