On The Night Bus
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Shot in the winter months from a raised platform in central London, Nick Turpin captures bus passengers unawares during their evening commute. The portraits are at once beautiful and dark and raise questions about voyeurism and public and private space.
Despite being shot from a long way off with a tele photo lens through thick windows that obscure or blur the subjects the images reveal an intimate glimpse into life of the city traveller. Some passengers interact with each other, some sleep, some are moody and pensive, others lost in faraway thoughts. All are strangely silent behind the cold wintery glass that, alongside the artificial light in the bus, renders these everyday scenes into something akin to classical paintings.
Publisher: Hoxton Mini Press