Held under the same name as the compilation of Antoine d'Agata's greatest works, this exhibition is a grand celebration of the great French photographer. His subjects include drug addicts, prostitutes, prisoners and dead bodies taken during his 10 years of nomadic life in El Salvador, Mexico, Cambodia, Libya and many other places. The cruel world portrayed in the photographs may be unbearable to look at, but the raw emotions draw us straight into it. His video work 'Aka Ana', featuring seven Japanese women in Tokyo, will also be shown from 7:30pm. Don't miss d'Agata's one-off talk at the gallery on May 24 (6pm).