A 22-year-old photographer from Market Rasen will open a new exhibition showcasing his street photography talent in London this week.
Henry Kenyon’s exhibition ‘London: Here & There’ will open at Cable Street Studious, Limehouse in East London on Tuesday, June 25.
The exhibition will show a slice of Henry’s street photography, shot on film, across London over the last two years.
Henry captures people, mood and places as he cycles across London, which he describes as “the richest possible environment for photography”.
The exhibition will also be shown in Paris later this year. In addition, Henry is preparing a photographic study of Lincolnshire farming to be shot over the next 12 months.
This isn’t his first exhibition though as at aged only 17 Henry held his acclaimed first one-man show Beaks. Beaks is a collection of 27 portraits featured in Tatler.
His street photograph acts as counterpoint to his portraiture, which includes the likes of Ian Hislop, Simon Sebag-Montefiore, John Lloyd and Ali Smith. Henry’s portraits of female mathematicians at Cambridge University were toured throughout Europe last year and his work has been shown in the national press.