Danish-born Sobol, who lived and worked in Canada and Greenland before
returning to his native Copenhagen where he now lives and works, has
developed a world-class reputation since his
Sabine project which the British Journal of
Photographys Simon Bainbridge described as
After moving to Greenland, Sobol fell in love with a local woman and
the resulting photographical diary is a love story in black and white
with one of the worlds harshest natural environments as its
Sobol also spent a year living with a Mayan family in Guatemala.
Photographing the indigenous family going about their daily life in the
remote mountains, Sobols striking images led to his
receiving the World Press Photo award this year.
At the Open Eye Gallery Sobol will be speaking about his work to date
and will also be pleased to answer audience questions.
The event on 26 May begins at 7pm; tickets are available from Redeye on
0845 456 0260 or from the Redeye website, www.redeye.org.uk