Don't Miss This Exhibition: Wide Open Spaces

From one of Britain's leading photographers

Chris Floyd is best known one of Britain's leading portrait photographers,for magazines including Esquire, Harper's Bazaar and the New Yorker.

For Esquire he has also contributed reportage and fashion, but his new exhibition focuses on a fourth string to his bow: landscapes. From alonely, abandoned barn in Kansas to a night sky above the Channel Island
of Sark, Floyd's photographs are evocative, eye opening and a touch eerie.

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"The Infinity Degree" is on show at Anthropologie, 131-141 Kings Road,
London SW3 4PW, from Thursday February 4 to Sunday March 13.

www.anthropologie.cpm

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