ZWACK can be viewed until 1st of March 2013 by emailing  to arrange a suitable time.

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We will be launching this exhibition on friday 18th January 2013 7pm to 9:30pm, with a further viewing ony Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th January 2013 11am to 4pm. This exhibition is part of the 209 project, Places which is funded by Awards for All.  If you wish to arrange a viewing outwith these dates please call Diaosu on 07948 336234.


Workshops will be run on the 19th and 20th of January 2013 by Ross Fraser McLean.

They are a unique opportunity to explore and master this style of photography with hands on tutorship in what can be a troublesome environment.Classes cost £20 for the two sessions running from 6:30pm to 9pm.  Alternatively you can attend only one class for £15.

It would be beneficial for you to bring a camera, digital or film and a tripod.  However, if you do not have your own equipment, there will be a limited number available to share.  Class sizes will be small so we would advise booking early. 

Please contact Diaosu for more information and to BOOK by calling 07948 336234 or emailing

Life & Death & Budapest

An exhibition of photographs by Ross Fraser McLean captured in Budapest, Hungary, 2010.

Diaosu Limited are proud to present ‘Zwack’
The photographic images presented here do not judge what is good or bad, right or wrong. They are quiet observations of Hungarian life in the capital city of Budapest. Warm colour photographs shot with a spontaneity found only on the streets and captured in 35mm. These sunny images sit within the company of slower contemplations of life, photographs with a more caliginous presence through the muted tones of Kerepesi Cemetery. As one of the oldest cemeteries in Hungary the ancient tombs and statues still stand up within the temporal times we live in. The light captured in weight on 6×7 film these images take into consideration the process and production of a photographic object as a memorial.

Opening on…

FRIDAY night of the 18th of JANUARY from 7pm – 9:30pm

…to celebrate the work in the exhibition and keep warm with some hot Hungarian soup and of course a little drink.

Ross Fraser McLean has dedicated this exhibition to Gador Tamás.


This exhibition is provided as part of Places, our 209 Project funded by Awards for All.  This exhibition is also supported by the People’s Postcode Trust who provided funding for energy efficient heaters.

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