Robin Hammond and Chris de Bode exhibiting at Xposure photo festival in Sharjah, UAE

Robin Hammond and Chris de Bode are exhibiting at this year’s Xposure International Photography Festival in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates which is taking place between 10 and 13 February 2021. Robin is showing his long term work Condemned on people living with mental health issues around the world. Chris is exhibiting his series When I Grow Up about the dreams and ambitions of children he has photographed around the world over the years.

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