Charlie Waite Photography

Testimonials - Exhibition

  • Michael Kerr - Sunday Telegraph said:

    "A photographer who brings a rare, almost spiritual serenity to his landscapes. His latest show, Silent Exchange, brings together images from the Eighties to some from a trip just a few weeks ago to Morocco and Tunisia. What unites them is a concentration on beauty; on what he has called “a thing made holy by the light falling on it”. "

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  • Alex Matchett - Spears said:

    "The warren-like construction of the National Theatre means there is a sense of fortuitous discovery on viewing Waite's landscapes, something that evolves to a more tangible wonder as you move through photographs that establish themselves as outright things of beauty, gaugeable against any art. The creator has waited, often weeks, for the right place and time to arrive and this impassioned observation makes for an enchanting narrative that takes the viewer from the desolation of the Rockies to a slumbering Provence and the hovering timelessness of Burma's Inle Lake. Silent Exchange is a welcome celebration of landscape photography that maintains its originality simply because the images are so good."

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  • Tim Parkin writer of on-landscape said:

    "The exhibition is a must see. Charlie has more than earned his place in the ‘masters’ of landscape photography and despite his insecurities about his work he continues to add wonderful images to an already stunning portfolio. If you don’t know much about Charlie Waite you’re in for a treat. If you can make it down put aside some time to let the images sink in - I spent a very pleasurable two hours with the images and would happily return for another look."

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  • Hilary Stock said:

    "A fitting title for such a superb exhibition. Thank you for reminding everyone that photography should be all about beauty. I was deeply moved by the balance, poise and purity of some of those images. Rarely have I felt so moved in one exhibition. Never stop taking pictures! (and make sure you keep sharing them!). "

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