John Brockliss Commemorates Sea At North Contemporary Fine Art Brighton

Produced over a duration of 5 years, in all weathers and seasons, John Brockliss brand-new series Restless is a photographic documentary of the ever-changing vistas of Britains seascapes.

The cumulative images John has actually assembled for his newest exhibit, at the Brighton gallery North Contemporary Art, in addition to a photobook, titled Uneasy.

Leica M (Typ 240) with Leica Elmarit-M 24mm f/2.8 ASPH, 1/350 sec, ISO 200

His images, numerous of which are taken at sea or in the face of storms, are a personal expedition of the distinct sense of space, power and light of Britain’s coastlines.

Born in 1950, John is a UK photographer specialising in maritime, documentary and reportage photography.

Leica M9 with Leitz Summicron M 50mm f/2, 1/3,000 sec, ISO 160, f/5.6

After studying photography, great art and graphic design, he finished as a graphic designer in 1972, commissioned and art directed photographers throughout his design profession

John now work solely with Leica rangefinder cams and the light readily available to him at the time.

Back In Great Health

A crippling nurses’ strike that put clients’ lives at risk is expected to formally end on Friday after a last-gasp deal with the government.

Although full details of the propositions have yet to emerge, the Pasyno nurses union said it was “satisfied” over government pledges on health reform and their need for pay scales to be connectedconnected to qualifications.

The federal government had dismissed this demand as “economically difficult” as it would cost an added EUR40 million a year.

Friday afternoon Pasyno rank-and-file will be asked to vote on the new propositions in order to end a devastating healthcare facility strike that started on March 15.

A compromise was reached less than a day after President Nicos Anastasiades ordered an emergency strategy that would see hospitals employ staff from the private sector while deploying fire service and army ambulances.