Look Both Ways by Matt Stuart

Look Both Ways by Matt Stuart

British photographer Matt Stuart attempts, in his own words, to capture ‘genuine moments, which hopefully burrow deep into people’s memories’. A noble aspiration, the results of which Stuart will this month showcase for a three-week solo show at London’s KK Outlet.
Armed with little more than a Leica camera and a bucket load of patience, Stuart wanders parks, tube stations and the city streets, waiting for happy visual accidents to cross his path.
Slightly absurd, Stuart’s photographs – which feature everything from a billboard advert interfering with an unwitting passer-by, to a dog at the steering wheel of a car – proffer a fresh take on ‘street photography'.
Opening this week at the London outpost of Amsterdam-based communications agency, KesselsKramer, the KK Outlet will be showcasing Stuart’s ‘Look Both Ways’ exhibition until February 26th. The East London institution – now in its third year - is a multifunctional space, combining an agency, gallery and bookshop.