A new exhibition titled ‘ALPHA’ has been announced to go on display to the public in aid of the charity CALM (The Campaign Against Living Miserably) that aims to prevent male suicide in the UK as well as offering support to men who are living with depression or are in a crisis.
Taking place at the theprintspace Gallery from the 20th November to the 27th November, the exhibition will feature work by renowned music photographers such as Scarlet Page and Helena Berg.
Scarlet Page’s portfolio of work includes photographs of Paul McCartney, Keith Richards and of course her father Jimmy Page. Meanwhile, Helena Berg is best known for her extensive work on Placebo’s iconic imagery and album artwork throughout their twenty-year career.
ALPHA will feature exclusive work by Scarlet Page, Helena Berg, Jennifer Pattison, Peter Guenzel and Will Morgan. It has the support from and includes portraits of:Gary Numan, Frank Turner, Brian Molko and CALM patron Professor Green.
Each of the photographers involved with the exhibition examine a very different part of depression or male emotional experience, but come together to form a body of work that considers mental health as a whole and its complexities.
ALPHA will be available for the public to see from the 20th to the 27th November at theprintspace Gallery.