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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Human Rights Action Centre

020 7033 1500

17-25 New Inn Yard, London, Greater London, , EC2A 3EA

Shorditch High street.

www.streetangelsafg.org

Mon-Fri 8.30am-6.00pm

27 Oct - 12 Nov - 8.30am - 6pm

Street Angels

Curated by Guy Smallman & Azim Fakri. Photos by Zahra, Mateen, Ahad, Bahran & Najibullah.

Photojournalist Guy Smallman and Kabul based artist Azim Fakri taught the basics of photography to five Afghan street children. They then issued them with disposable 35mm film cameras. The result is an exhibition giving a stunning insight into life on the margins of society in a wild and war torn country.

www.streetangelsafg.org



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AUTOGRAPH ABP

020 7729 9200

Rivington Place, EC2A 3BA

Liverpool St tube

http://www.autograph-abp.co.uk

Tues, Wed, Fri 11am–6pm Thur 11am–9pm; and Sat 12–6pm

01 Oct - 01 Oct - Open by appointment

Autograph ABP Archive

Curator/Head of Archive: Renee Mussai

<p>Originally developed to address a series of gaps in the visual representation of Britain&rsquo;s cultural history and its different communities &ndash; with the continuing mission to foster progressive photographic research in relation to global politics of migration, diaspora and difference, and to preserve the legacy of significant bodies of work by a constituency of artists and collections traditionally overlooked. Open by appointment and via the digital image bank.</p>
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<p>BLACK CHRONICLES II Exhibition runs from 12 September to 29 November and explores black presences in 19th and early 20th century Britain.</p>
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www.autograph-abp.co.uk/exhibitions/black-chronicles-ii



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BARBICAN

020 7638 8891

Silk Street, EC2Y 8DS

Barbican/Moorgate

www.barbican.org.uk

Sat–Wed: 10am–6pm; Thu and Fri: 10am–9pm Bank Holiday Mondays: 12–6pm Bank Holiday Fridays: 12–9pm

25 Sep - 11 Jan

Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age

Includes Berenice Abbott, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Lucien Hervé , Andreas Gursky, Stephen Shore and Julius Shulman, and the work of iconic architects such as Le Corbusier, Charles and Ray Eames, and Frank Lloyd Wright, amongst others.

Featuring over 250 works from eighteen exceptional photographers, who have changed the way we perceive the world around us. The exhibition brings together architectural images of extraordinary scope, starting with the birth of the skyscraper in 1930s New York to the modern day towers of Venezuela.

www.barbican.org.uk



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BARBICAN LIBRARY

02076380569

Barbican Centre, Silk Street, EC2Y 8DS

Barbican/Moorgate

http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/barbicanlibrary

Mon, Wed: 9.30am -5.30pm; Tue, Thur: 9.30am-7.30pm; Fri: 9.30am -2pm; Sat: 9.30am -4pm

02 Oct - 27 Oct

Current Perspectives 2014

Members of City of London & Cripplegate Photographic Society

A showcase for recent photographic work by members of the City of London & Cripplegate Photographic Society. This city-based society attracts membership from all around London and beyond and the images reflect their wide-ranging photographic interests -from landscapes and portraiture to street and travel photography.

http://www.cityandcripplegate-ps.org



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BENGAL VILLAGE RESTAURANT

020 7366 4868

75 Brick Lane, E1 6QL

Aldgate East and Shoreditch High Street overground

bengalvillage.com

12 noon - 14.30pm and 6pm to 11.30pm. Open everyday.

03 Oct - 14 Nov

Light. People. Dark. Places

When darkness dominates an image the everyday becomes intimate, the familiar haunting. These images taken in available light - often a fire, candle or single light bulb - are from India and Morocco. But can the same lighting conditions be found in the East End of London?

www.anneheslop.co.uk



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BISHOPSGATE INSTITUTE

020 7392 9200

Bishopsgate Institute, 230 Bishopsgate, EC2M 4QH

Liverpool St Stn

www.bishopsgate.org.uk

Mon-Fri 9.30am - 5.30pm

04 Nov - Tuesday 4 Nov 7.30pm

Spitalfields Nippers

Harace Warner

The Gentle Author of Spitalfields Life, the East End Culture blog, introduces Horace Warner's Spitalfields Nippers, showing the photographs and giving the background to this astonishing set of images. Around 1900, photographer Horace Warner took a series of portraits of some of the poorest people in the East End - creating relaxed, intimate images that gave dignity to his subjects and producing great photography that is without parallel in his era. This unique collection of pictures revolutionises our view of Londoners at the end of the nineteenth century, by bringing us startlingly close and permitting us to look them in the eye. Discovered recently and only seen by members of Warner’s family for more than a century, almost all of these breathtaking photographs are now published for the first time by Spitalfields Life Books.

EXTRA DATE ADDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND Friday 5 December 7.30pm.

Free. Booking essential bishopsgate.org.uk 020 7392 9200



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BISHOPSGATE INSTITUTE

020 7392 9200

Bishopsgate Institute, 230 Bishopsgate, EC2M 4QH

Liverpool St Stn

www.bishopsgate.org.uk

Mon-Fri 9.30am - 5.30pm

28 Oct - 7.30pm

Modern Magic Lantern Show

with Steve Lewis

Working in collaboration with East End culture blog Spitalfields Life, we return to the glory days of Magic Lantern Shows that were such a popular feature of the Institute in its early years. Photographer Steve Lewis shares his favourite images and stories in conversation with Stefan Dickers, Bishopsgate Institute’s Library and Archives Manager. Steve Lewis’ early days as a press photographer were spent in the East End of London; during this time the photographs he took captured the gritty reality of life in east London during the ‘Swinging’ Sixties. These Photographs appear in his first book London’s East End - A 1960s Album published in 2010. The images graphically illustrate widespread poverty, poor housing, industrial unrest and racial tension. Steve’s second book London’s East End - Then & Now was published in 2012 and his latest book An East End Album was published earlier this year and includes his favourite photographs in a hard back publication.

£7/£5 concs Booking essential bishopsgate.org.uk 020 7392 9200



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BISHOPSGATE INSTITUTE

020 7392 9200

Bishopsgate Institute, 230 Bishopsgate, EC2M 4QH

Liverpool St tube

www.bishopsgate.org.uk

Mon-Fri 9.30am - 5.30pm

25 Oct - Sat 10.30am-5.30pm

Images of London: Photography, Painting and Popular Culture

Led by Steven Barrett.

This course will cover modern images of London from 1840s photographs to war photography and Google Earth. We will look at paintings depicting London by artists including Whistler and Sickert, and Moore’s series of Tube shelter pictures. The final part of the day looks at the visual representation of London in popular culture, including film and television.

£82/£61 concs. Booking essential bishopsgate.org.uk/courses



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BISHOPSGATE INSTITUTE

020 7392 9200

Bishopsgate Institute, 230 Bishopsgate, EC2M 4QH

Liverpool St Stn

www.bishopsgate.org.uk

Mon-Fri 9.30am - 5.30pm

01 Nov - Sat 10.30am-4.30pm

Photographing East London

with Martina Mullaney

This practical one-day course will use the camera to explore the diversity and the changing face of east London, while at the same time improving your photography skills. You will explore parts of east London, receiving one-to-one guidance on how best to capture the images around you. The course will finish at Bishopsgate Institute with a review of the day’s work as a group and a chance to see some of the historic maps and photographs of east London held in Bishopsgate Library.

£77/£58 conc. Booking essential bishopsgate.org.uk/courses



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BISHOPSGATE INSTITUTE

020 7392 9270

230 Bishopsgate, EC2M 4QH

Liverpool St Stn

www.bishopsgate.org.uk

Mon-Fri 10am-5.30pm, Wed 10am-8pm

01 Oct - 01 Oct

Bishopsgate Institute Library & Archive

Librarian & Archivist: Stefan Dickers

Since opening in 1895, Bishopsgate Library has held fascinating collections relating to photography in London. There were initially compiled by the institute’s second librarian Charles Goss who was determined to build a record of the development of photography and record everyday life in the capital. The Library has specialised in collecting street photography and social and cultural images of London with extensive collections on political, protest and radical history. The Library now holds over 100,000 images and new collections are continually being added. Accessible online at http://www.bishopsgate.org.uk/LibraryCatalogue.aspx or in person in the Library Reading Room. No appointment necessary.

www.bishopsgate.org.uk



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BISHOPSGATE INSTITUTE

020 7392 9200

230 Bishopsgate, EC2M 4QH

Liverpool St tube

www.bishopsgate.org.uk

Mon-Fri 9.30am - 5.30pm

20 Nov - 7.30pm

Modern Magic Lantern Show

Bob Mazzer

Working in collaboration with East End culture blog Spitalfields Life, we return to the glory days of Magic Lantern Shows that were such a popular feature of the Institute in its early years. Photographer Bob Mazzer shares his favourite images and stories in conversation with Stefan Dickers, Bishopsgate Institute’s Library and Archives Manager.

Bob Mazzer began capturing life on the London Underground in the 1980s while commuting to work and back on the tube. The images he took are a fascinating social documentary revealing the changing fashions and times with humour and humanity.

“Every day I travelled to King’s Cross and back. Coming home late at night, it was like a party and I felt like the tube was mine and I was there to take the pictures.” – Bob Mazzer



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BLACKALL STUDIOS

07974 911670

73 Leonard Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 4QS

Old St. / Shoreditch High St.

postcardsfrombabylon.net

Tue-Thurs: 11am-5pm, Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm, Sun 11am-5pm

04 Nov - 09 Nov

Postcards from Babylon - a rough guide to liberation

Christian de Sousa

Postcards from Babylon is an exploration of cities, subculture and the state of the world. It is a portrait of our civilisation and the ways we seek change, understanding and more soulful ways of being.

The project originated as a ground-breaking book of photography and writing by Christian de Sousa, subsequently growing into an interactive collaboration across analogue and digital platforms.

Blackall Studios will show work from the book, inviting visitors to write their own postcards and participate in an evolving conversation around the themes of PfB, with screenings, talks, workshops, discussions, performances, DJs, and a pop-up café...

Info&inspiration:
postcardsfrombabylon.net
facebook.com/postcardsfrombabylon
#pfb

luminousworlds.net



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BLACKALL STUDIOS

07974 911670

73 Leonard Street, Shoreditch, EC2A 4QS

Old St. / Shoreditch High St.

postcardsfrombabylon.net

Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm, Sun 11am-5pm

07 Nov - 09 Nov

Babylon Soul Cafe

Curated by Christian de Sousa and the BDLR...

In conjunction with the "Postcards from Babylon" exhibition, Christian de Sousa and the BDLR collective (Bureau de la Resistance) team up with dancingTao to present three days of events in a pop-up cafe in Blackall Studios' two-level Shoreditch gallery - including screenings, talks, workshops, discussions, performances, DJs, live music and some left-field interventions...
Centred around the themes of PfB, this micro-festival will be an invitation to engage with the realities of our times and co-explore possibilities for change, exchange and more soulful ways of being. See postcardsfrombabylon.net for full programme... and to join the evolving on-line conversation.

postcardsfrombabylon.net



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BLACKALL STUDIOS

07974 911670

73 Leonard Street, Shoreditch, EC2A 4QS

Old St. / Shoreditch High St.

postcardsfrombabylon.net

Friday 6-11pm

07 Nov - 7pm

Open Evening and Live Screening

Christian de Sousa

During an Open Evening Christian de Sousa will present Postcards from Babylon as a 'live audio-visual reading', featuring projected photography, DJ-mixed music and readings from the book's texts. This will be followed by DJs from the dancingTao and BDLR collectives transforming the gallery into a 'liberation dancefloor' to launch the weekend Babylon Soul Café micro-festival. Throughout the evening and week there will be an invitation to write your own postcard for inclusion in the exhibition.

luminousworlds.net



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BRENTWOOD ROAD GALLERY

01708 447368

Brentwood Road, Romford, RM1 2RR

Romford / Gidea Park

http://www.fbarts.co.uk/

Mon - Fri 9am - 6pm Sat by appointment

30 Sep - 24 Oct

Nomads & Orphans | International Mobile Photography

Miguel Angel Camero, Nettie Edwards (Lumilyon), Michael Kunze, Chris Lonsdale, Junna Nikitina, Out of the Phone, Chris Sallquist

Uniting photographers from Moscow, Stuttgart, Paris and London, Brentwood Road Gallery's first exhibition for this year's Photomonth, "Nomads and Orphans", showcases the work of those at the most contemporary edge of the practice. Using nothing but their mobile phone cameras to both shoot and edit their photography, these artists capture the vibrant immediacy of the streets and the intimate micro expressions of those inhabiting them.

http://www.emotiondaily.com/



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BRENTWOOD ROAD GALLERY

01708 447368

Brentwood Road, Romford, RM1 2RR

Romford / Gidea Park

http://www.fbarts.co.uk/

Mon - Fri 9am - 6pm Sat by appointment

27 Oct - 21 Nov

Plant Deltas | Plant Macros & Hayward Touring Exhibition - Art Forms in Nature

Karl Blossfeldt, Nigel Henderson, Nettie Edwards

'Art Forms in Nature' is a Hayward Touring exhibition, presenting an opportunity to witness an exemplary set of Karl Blossfedt’s signature close-up images of plants and flora.
Blossfeldt (1865-1932) is regarded as one of the defining photographers of the twentieth century for his exceptional contribution to the art through his intricate botanical photographs.

In association with Richard Saltoun Gallery, Brentwood Road Gallery will also show the 1950s Plant Delta works by Nigel Henderson alongside the unique anthotypes of Nettie Edwards

http://lumilyon.wordpress.com/



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CANARY WHARF IDEA STORE

020 7364 4332

Churchill Place, Isle of Dogs, London, E14 5RB

Canary Wharf/ D3, D7, D8, 277

http://ideastore.co.uk/idea-store-canary-wharf

Mon-Thurs, 9am-9pm; Fri, 9am-6pm; Sat, 9am-5pm; Sun, 12pm-6pm

01 Oct - 30 Nov

The Isle of Dogs: Photographs from the 1980s and Now

Mike Seaborne

In the early 1980s I undertook an extensive photographic project to document the Isle of Dogs before it was comprehensively redeveloped. 30 years later, I am again photographing the Island to illustrate just how much things have changed. Where possible, I am taking photos from exactly the same locations as in the 1980s in order to make direct comparisons.

http://www.80sislandphotos.org.uk;

http://mikeseaborne.com



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CANARY WHARF IDEA STORE

020 7364 4332

Churchill Place, Isle of Dogs, London, E14 5RB

Canary Wharf/ D3, D7, D8, 277

www.ideastore.co.uk/idea-store-canary-wharf

Mon-Thurs, 9am-9pm; Fri, 9am-6pm; Sat, 9am-5pm; Sun, 12pm-6pm

25 Oct - 3-4pm

Talk by Mike Seaborne - Isle of Dogs in the 1980s and Now

Mike Seaborne

Illustrated talk by Mike Seaborne on re-photographing the Isle of Dogs 30 years after extensively documenting the area in the early 1980s



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CASS FACULTY OF ART, ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

07809449089

London Metropolitan University, Central House, 59-63 Whitechapel High Street, London, E1 7PF

Aldgate East

http://www.londonphotography.org.uk/LIPevents.php

9.00 - 18.00

18 Oct - 9am Registration - Symposium 10am - 5.30pm

Symposium: The Instinct and the idea: Passion in Photography

Paul Hill (Chair), Anna Fox, Peter Kennard, Laura Pannack, David Bate

The theme for the symposium is the relationship between idea and instinct in photography. The programme has been devised to investigate and debate whether the passion has gone out of photography as it has become more influenced by art historians, gallerists, and academics. Speakers will talk for 30 minutes followed by questions and answers. There will be a lunch break for networking, viewing exhibitions, slideshows and photobooks and photography stalls. Information & Registration: www.londonphotography.org.uk/LIPevents.php

www.hillonphotography.co.uk/

www.annafox.co.uk/

www.edmundclark.com/

laurapannack.com

davidbate.net/home.html



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CASS FACULTY OF ART, ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

07809449089

London Metropolitan University, Central House, 59-63 Whitechapel High Street, London, E1 7PF

Aldgate East

http://www.londonphotography.org.uk/LIPevents.php

Friday 18.00 - 20.30

17 Oct - Registration and reception: 6pm -7pm Lecture and Q&A :7pm - 8.30pm

London Independent Photography : Janet Hall Lecture

Mishka Henner

Mishka Henner was Shortlisted for the Prix Pictet in 2014. Awarded the ICP Infinity Award for Art and shortlisted for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize in 2013. There will be a reception and registration from 18.00-19.00, then Mishka Henner will talk about his work followed by a Q&A session.

http://mishkahenner.com/



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CASS GALLERY

07745910560

59-63 Whitechapel High Street, E1 7P

Aldgate East

http://www.uncertainstates.com

Tues-Fri 11am-7pm Sat 12- 5.30pm

14 Nov - 05 Dec - Preview 13 November 6.30pm-9pm

UCS 2014- celebrating the last five years in print

includes work from David George, Spencer Rowell, Fiona Yaron-Field, Robin Grierson, James Russell Cant, Aviv Yaron, Mick Williamson, Susan Andrews, Roy Mehta, Francisco Gomez de Villaboa, Karl Ohiri, Mish Aminoff, Rebecca Sainsot, Martina Geccelli, Christoffer Fjatstrom.

Uncertain States (Ucs.) is an artists led project that publishes and engages with the public by distributing a free quarterly broadsheet, available at V&A, Baltic, Ikon , Turner Contemporary and other national Galleries. We organise monthly talks and have an annual exhibition that focuses on the concerns of contemporary photographic practices. We work in partnership with other organisations developing an extensive community and opportunities for our contributors. Our annual show is a great opportunity to view the great British contemporary photography we have published over the years

http://www.uncertainstates.com/category/events/



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CASS GALLERY

020 7320 1903

The Cass, 59-63 Whitechapel High Street, E1 7PF

Aldgate East tube

http://www.eastendarchive.org

Mon-Fri 12-7pm, Sat 12-5pm, Sun 12- 4pm

02 Oct - 02 Nov - Preview: Thursday 2 October 6pm-8.30pm

ARCHIVE: Imagining the East End

Photographers: Don McCullin, Tom Hunter, Stephen Gill, Jenny Matthews, David Hoffman, Steven Berkoff, Ian Farrant, Rod Morris, Heather McDonough, Susan Andrews, Mick Williamson, Brian Griffin, David George , Spencer Rowell, Mike Seaborne, John Claridge, Joy Gregory, Maggie Pinhorn. Writers and Researchers: Found Image Publishing Project- David Howells, Katherine Lazenby, Danny Flynn, Estuary English-, Michael Upton, Shadows of Doubt-Nick Haeffner. Digital Conservation Researchers-Graham Diprose, Mike Seaborne. New Projects in Progress-Cass staff and students: Pedro Montalvo, Will Vickers, Marcin Krupa, Marie Sleigh, Eric Boscia, Alex Grady, Andy Lawson. Local Archives: Whitechapel Gallery, Autograph ABP, Bishopsgate Institute, Hackney Archives, Tower Hamlets History Library, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Eastside Community Heritage, Hidden Histories.

PHOTOMONTH 2014 opens with a specially curated exhibition, 'ARCHIVE: Imagining the East End' showcasing a diverse range of photographers whose work relates to the East End of London. The East End is understood here as both a geographical location and an intangible space, a perpetually shifting frontier within the urban sprawl of London that is part real, part imagined. As a reflection of this approach the images range from documentary practice to works of the imagination. The exhibition is inspired by the EAST END ARCHIVE a collection of contemporary and historical work and includes photographs, films, books, research projects, writing stimulated by photographs in the collection, and also highlights the work of other important local archives.

SPECIAL EVENTS
Mon 13 Oct 4pm-7pm
MEET THE ARTISTS DISCUSSION
with Artists represented in the exhibition.

Sat 18 Oct 12noon-4pm
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION PROJECT - Photographs from the East End
with Professor Jenny Harding LMU. Please bring your photographs, historic or recent, and tell their story. All photographs will be copied and the stories recorded. Both will be uploaded to the East End Archive website for the public to see.

Mon 20 Oct 2pm-5pm
MEET THE ARCHIVISTS
Discussion with the curators of the archives represented in the exhibition.

Thurs 23 Oct
SCREENING: HITCHCOCK'S 'FRENZY'
Film clips and discussion led by Cass academics Dr Nicholas Haeffner and Michael Upton.

http://www.eastendarchive.org



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CASS GALLERY

020 7320 1903

59-63 Whitechapel High Street, E1 7PF

Aldgate East tube

http://www.eastendarchive.org

Mon-Fri 12-7pm, Sat 12-5pm, Sun 12- 4pm

13 Oct - 4pm-7pm

ARCHIVE: Imagining the East End: Meet the Artists

MEET THE ARTISTS showing in the exhibition at the Cass Gallery. ARCHIVE: Imagining the East End showcases The East End Archive at the Cass. The East End is understood here as both a geographic location and an intangible space, a perpetually shifting frontier within the urban sprawl of London that is part real and part-imagined. The exhibition includes photographs, films, books, reserach projects, writing stimulated by photographs in the collection, and also highlights the work of other local archives. It explores a diverse range of photographers and artists, whose work relates to the East End of London representing recent history from the 1960s to the present day.

http://www.eastendarchive.org



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CASS GALLERY

020 7320 1903

59-63 Whitechapel High Street, E1 7PF

Aldgate East tube

http://www.eastendarchive.org

Mon-Fri 12-7pm, Sat 12-5pm, Sun 12- 4pm

18 Oct - 12noon-4pm

ARCHIVE: Imagining the East End: Community Participation Project

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION PROJECT - Photographs from the East End with Professor Jenny Harding LMU. Please bring your photographs, historic or recent, and tell their story. All photographs will be copied and the stories recorded. Both will be uploaded to the East End Archive website for the public to see. This event is part of the ARCHIVE: Imagining the East End exhibition at the Cass Gallery showcasing a diverse range of photographers and profiling other important local archives.

http://www.eastendarchive.org



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CASS GALLERY

020 7320 1903

59-63 Whitechapel High Street, E1 7PF

Aldgate East tube

http://www.eastendarchive.org

Mon-Fri 12-7pm, Sat 12-5pm, Sun 12- 4pm

20 Oct - 2pm-5pm

ARCHIVE: Imagining the East End: Meet the Archivists

MEET THE ARCHIVISTS. Discussion with the curators of the archives represented in the ARCHIVE: Imagining the East End exhibition at the Cass Gallery. The exhibition showcases a diverse range of photographers and highlights the work of important local archives including Autograph ABP, Bishopsgate Institute, East End Archive, Eastside Community Heritage: Hidden Histories, Hackney Archives, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Tower Hamlets Local History Library, Whitechapel Gallery.

http://www.eastendarchive.org



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CASS GALLERY

020 7320 1903

59-63 Whitechapel High Street, E1 7PF

Aldgate East tube

http://www.eastendarchive.org

Mon-Fri 12-7pm, Sat 12-5pm, Sun 12- 4pm

23 Oct

ARCHIVE: Imagining the East End: Hitchcock's Frenzy

SCREENING: Hitchcock's Frenzy. Film clips and discussion led by Cass academics Dr. Nicholas Haeffner and Michael Upton. This event is part of the ARCHIVE Imagining the East End exhibition at the Cass Gallery. The exhibition showcases a diverse range of photographers and is inspired by the East End Archive, a collection of contemporary and historical work, the East End is understood here as both a geographical location and an intangible space, a perpetually shifting frontier within the urban sprawl of London that is part real, part imagined.

http://www.eastendarchive.org



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CASS GALLERY

020 7320 1903

59-63 Whitechapel High Street, E1 7PF

Aldgate East tube

http://www.eastendarchive.org

Mon-Fri 12-7pm, Sat 12-5pm, Sun 12- 4pm

02 Oct - 02 Nov

Photomonth Hub No1

PHOTOMONTH HUB No1 at the Cass Gallery during the 'ARCHIVE: Imagining the East End' exhibition. The place to meet, talk and read. With a bookstall and coffee bar next door.

www.photomonth.org



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CHISENHALE ARTS PLACE

020 8981 1916

64-84 Chisenhale Rd, London , E3 5QZ

Bethnal Green/Mile End/Bow

http://www.chisenhale.co.uk/chisenhale

2-5pm

19 Oct - 2-5PM

Photowalk with Alina Kisina

Join cityscape photographer Alina Kisina for a unique photo-walk exploring the East End from a different perspective. Designed especially for Photomonth, the 1.5 hour walk will explore the city’s reflected image and will be followed by a return to the studio to share, edit and print your favourite images.

www.AlinaKisina.co.uk



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CHISENHALE ARTS PLACE

020 8981 1916

64-84 Chisenhale Road, E3 5QZ

Bethnal Green/ Mile End

http://www.chisenhale.co.uk

Office open Tues - Fri 10 - 5:30pm

22 Oct - 7pm - 9pm

Artist Talk: The Turner Prize vs Deutsche Börse Photography Prize

Emer O'Brien

This talk led by artist and photographer Emer O'Brien highlights artists that have been awarded or shortlisted for the Turner Prize and/or the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. Examining enduring themes, photography as object and museum journalism. Including Mark Wallinger, Richard Long, Richard Billingham, Catherine Yass, Willie Doherty, Daren Almond, Victor Burgin et al.
£20/£15 concs Booking Essential emerobrienstudio@gmail.com

www.emerobrien.com



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CLIFFORD-THAMES GALLERY

07770787069

Unit 1, 107 Clifton Street, EC2A 4LG

Old Street / Moorgate / Liverpool Street

http://www.geoffgallery.net

Mon-Fri 11am - 8pm, Sat & Sun 11am - 5pm

13 Nov - 27 Nov - 11am - 8pm weekdays, 11am - 5pm weekends. Closed Wed 19.

Traces Remain, and Age or Beauty III

Geoff Chaplin

"Traces Remain ... but what counts as survival?" is a largely pinhole photography series presented as colour, cyanotype and gum prints. Photographs were taken in Japan, UK and Jordan. This conceptual series questions our legacy and place in the universe. The title is partly taken from the book by Charles Nicholl.

"Age or Beauty III - modern art painted by Nature" comprises new photographs of rusting steel panels in Hokkaido, Japan, and is presented as colour prints and temperaprints. The series references work by Gerhard Richter and John Cage.

www.geoffgallery.net



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CRAFT COFFEE

68 Sclater Street, Shoreditch, E1 6HR

Shoreditch High Street Overground, Bus no.8

http://www.craft-coffee.co.uk/

Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat+Sun 10am-5pm

01 Oct - 30 Nov

The Light at the End of the World

Rob Macdonald

''Even if you go to the ends of the earth, you won't be able to escape time. Still, you have to go as there's something you can't do unless you get there'' - images of Tokyo, Shanghai and Hong Kong - paired with a show in the Brighton Photo Fringe.

http://www.robmacdonaldphoto.com/



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CRAFT COFFEE

07703 146 091

68 Sclater St, E1 6HR

Shoreditch

www.foto-ruta.co.uk

Saturday 11th October 2.00 - 6.00

11 Oct - 2pm - 6pm

Foto Ruta Clue - Shoot Shoreditch - Photomonth Special

Foto Ruta is a photography experience company that offers unique and interactive photography workshops that are designed to encourage people to explore their urban environment whilst developing their photography skills Originally launched in Buenos Aires, Argentina; Foto Ruta's fresh approach to photography and city exploration aims to bring people of all levels and experiences together and their creativity to life.

Hosting a Photomonth special, Foto Ruta Clue is a unique, interactive photography experience that will see participants embark on a journey of discovery around Shoreditch using their creativity and a set of clues. 'East London Creative Clash' will be the theme today, celebrating the wonderful cultural contrasts that make East London what it is today.

The afternoon includes a creative photography workshop, an exploration of the area and an interactive review of everyone’s photos over a glass of wine.

BOOKING ESSENTIAL email hello@foto-ruta.co.uk

www.foto-ruta.co.uk



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CURIOUS DUKE GALLERY

02072516551

173 Whitecross Street, EC1Y 8JT

Barbican / Old Street (tube)

http://curiousdukegallery.com/

Mon to Fri 11.30am to 6.30pm - Sat 12 to 4pm

13 Oct - 25 Oct - Mon to Sat 11.30am to 6.30pm

The Rooftop Collective - Edition III

Chris King, Constanza Isaza, Mary-Jane Maybury, Paul Clifford, Toby Deveson, Vanessa Short

The Rooftop Collective is a group of London-based photographers with diverse practices who share an ongoing dialogue and exhibit at locations around the capital. In the Collective's third show, every artist presents a selection of works showcasing their current practice.

http://therooftopcollective.com/



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DARNLEY GALLERY

020 8985 3570

1a Darnley Road, Hackney Central , E9 6QH

Hackney Central Overground. London Fields Overground. Bethnal Green Underground

http://www.centreforbetterhealth.org.uk/

Monday - Friday 9am-5pm

20 Oct - 31 Oct - Preview 23 October 6-9pm

Whitechapel: A Look Back

Colin O'Brien, Alex Pink

A series of photographs taken before, during and immediately after the 2012 London Olympic Games.

http://www.colinobrien.co.uk/

http://snapshotlondon.tumblr.com/



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DEPOT The

07525170105

38 Upper Clapton Road , E5 8BQ

Clapton Overground

www.thedepotstudios.co.uk

Thurs-Sun, 12pm - 7pm

20 Nov - 30 Nov

The Deserted Village

Alex Pielak, Tilley Harris

The Deserted Village presents the stories and experiences of the last community to live and work in Clapton’s Old Tram Depot before they were evicted. This collection of photos, audio and archive material serves as a marker for the community's place in local history. The exhibition examines issues around regeneration. It asks how the changing makeup of our towns and cities reflects local history, as micro-communities form, develop and then disperse.

www.voist.co.uk



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DOOMED GALLERY

447807716882

65-67 Ridley Road, E8 2NP

Dalston Kingsland

www.doomedgallery.com

Thurs: 6 -9pm, Fri: 4-8pm, Sat: 1-8, Sun: 1-7

02 Oct - 05 Oct - OPENING: 6-9pm

Lux Darkroom

Mike Crawford, Peter Moseley, Constanza Isaza Martínez, Andrés Pantoja

An exhibition of photography in a variety of analogue and alternative processes by the tutors of Lux Darkroom.

http://www.luxdarkroom.co.uk/



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DOOMED GALLERY

447807716882

65-67 Ridley Road, E8 2NP

Dalston Kingsland

www.doomedgallery.com

Thurs: 6 -9pm, Fri: 4-8pm, Sat: 1-8, Sun: 1-7

09 Oct - 12 Oct - OPENING: 6-9pm

Landscape

Estefania Araujo, Magali Avezou , Heather Fahy, Sarah Jarman, Janie Kidston

¨Landscape: All the visible features of an area of land, often considered in terms of their aesthetic appeal ¨

We are a group of five artists working around the notion of landscape. Exploring through photography and printmaking the urban and the natural scenery, creating new images that make you wander without moving.

http://www.estefaniaaraujo.com/

http://www.magaliavezou.com/

http://www.heatherfahyprint.com/

http://www.sarah-jarman.squarespace.com/

http://www.janiekidston.com/



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DOOMED GALLERY

447807716882

65-67 Ridley Road, E8 2NP

Dalston Kingsland

www.doomedgallery.com

Thurs: 6 -9pm, Fri: 4-8pm, Sat: 1-8, Sun: 1-7

30 Oct - 02 Nov - OPENING: 6-9pm

Night

Andrew Bailey, Rowena Bazlinton, Francesca Capra, Julie Dolan, Lena Heubusch, Yun Lan

Night is a time when the real and the imagined are blurred. It can be a time of darkness, dreams and nightmares to colour and hope, of self reflection to voyeurism and vulnerability. This exhibition brings together 6 new photographers and their individual interpretations of the night.

With their exhibition at Doomed Gallery, the Artists In Progress Collective is a culturally and ideologically diverse group of artists using photography to explore a range of themes and views.

www.artistsinprogress.co.uk



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DOOMED GALLERY

447807716882

65-67 Ridley Road, E8 2NP

Dalston Kingsland

http://www.doomedgallery.com

Thurs: 6 -9pm, Fri: 4-8pm, Sat: 1-8, Sun: 1-7

20 Nov - 23 Nov - OPENING: 6-9pm

Icons of Rhetoric

Chris Barrett and researcher/writer Gianluca Spezza

Images and text that offer a different approach to documenting North Korea.

Icons of Rhetoric offers a unique, introspective look at North Korea, crafted using North Korean news footage, a smartphone, Impossible instant film and North Korean testimonies.

The project investigates the visual representation of North Korea and the contextualisation of media images; exploring the visual lexicon which permeates the often cited 'most isolated country in the world': North Korea.

The exhibition will see the launch of a zine containing images and text from the work in partnership with thephotocopyclub.com

http://iconsofrhetoric.com/



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DOOMED GALLERY

07588279465

65/67 ridley road, E8 2NP

Dalston Kingsland

www.doomedgallery.com

thurs 6-9 fri 4-8 sat 1-8 and sun1-7

23 Oct - 26 Oct

‘Twine’ A group show of mixed media

Tracey Mceachran,Gabriela Fabrowska and others

A Strong thread consisting of two or more unique strands. We seek intimacy whilst responding to the equal desire for individuation, separateness and freedom. Twine a show from a cohort of artists; diverse and connected in equal measures. Live performance by Sound Artist Georgina Brett (see Doomed website for details)



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DOOMED GALLERY

07588279465

65/67 ridley road, E8 2NP

Dalston Kingsland

www.doomedgallery.com

thurs 6 to 9, fri 4-8, Sat1-8, sun 1-7

27 Nov - 30 Nov

Dr Feelbad

Holly Birtles

'Dr Feel Bad' featuring Dr Feel Good demonstrates the band expressing negative words on repetition, prior to performing – an exploration of the James Lange theory of Emotion. The portraits are latter transformed into large scale visceral hybrids of painting, sculpture and photography.



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DOOMED GALLERY

07807716882

65-67 Ridley Road, E8 2NP

Dalston Kingsland

www.doomedgallery.com

Thurs: 6 -9pm, Fri: 4-8pm, Sat: 1-8, Sun: 1-7

06 Nov - 09 Nov - OPENING: 6-9pm

Fanø

Nick JS Thompson

A wound never heals so well that it leaves no scar.
- Danish proverb.

Nick JS Thompson’s exploration of the many remnant structures of the Atlantic Wall on the small island of Fanø, Denmark serves to highlight the impact that they have had on the island and questions what view residents and visitors take on them.

http://www.nickjsthompson.com/



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DOOMED GALLERY

07807716882

65-67 Ridley Road, E8 2NP

Dalston Kingsland

www.doomedgallery.com

Thurs: 6 -9pm, Fri: 4-8pm, Sat: 1-8, Sun: 1-7

14 Nov - 15 Nov - 6-9pm Friday - 11 - 5pm Saturday

H Photobook show

collection of Photographers from around the world.

Brighton-based Photobookshow was established in 2011 to raise the profile of artist-led photobooks. Photobookshow curate photobook exhibitions, events and workshops in the UK and overseas.

Our aim as an organisation has always been to show a diverse range of submitted work from all over the world. We provide a platform where published photobooks by high profile artists can sit comfortably alongside hand-made dummies and self-published work.

Alongside the shows and workshops, you can check out our archive of photobooks online via our website and in person at our studio in Brighton.

http://photobookshow.co.uk/



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DOOMED GALLERY

07807716882

65-67 Ridley Road, E8 2NP

Dalston Kingsland

www.doomedgallery.com

Thurs: 6 -9pm, Fri: 4-8pm, Sat: 1-8, Sun: 1-7

07 Oct - 6.30 - 9pm

London alternative photography talks

TERRY KING, MARTIN NEWTH

Monthly Alternative photography talks.

http://www.hands-on-pictures.com/,

www.martinnewth.com



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DOOMED GALLERY

07807716882

65-67 Ridley Road, E8 2NP

Dalston Kingsland

www.doomedgallery.com

Thurs

04 Nov - 6.30 - 9pm

London alternative photography collective talks

Madaleine Trigg, Lam Pok Yin Jeff

Monthly Alternative photography talks at Doomed Gallery.

www.madaleinetrigg.com

,

http://www.lampokyin.com/



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DOUBLE NEGATIVE DARKROOM

07936522513

178a Glyn road, E5 0JE

Homerton Overground, 242, 38,55,48,253/4, 425,276,488

dndr.org.uk

Mon-Sun 11am-4pm

04 Nov - 07 Dec

The Blue Show

Miriam Nabarro, Tina Rowe, Rosie Emerson, Rachel Thompson

Four contemporary artists working with the Cyanotype process. A collection of solo and collaborative work.
http://www.rachelthomsonstudio.co.uk http://www.rosieemerson.co.uk/ tinarowe.co.uk http://www.miriamnabarro.co.uk/

DOUBLE NEGATIVE DARKROOM WORKSHOPS 13-27 Sept Experimental 16mm workshops with Bea Haut & David Leicester £350. 20 & 21 Sept and 18 & 19 Oct Wet Plate Collodion workshops with John Brewer £330. 4 & 5 Oct and 1 & 2 Nov Intro to Darkroom Arts with Sebastian Sussmann £150. 11 & 12 Oct Platinum printing £250. More info at dndr.org.uk



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DOUBLE NEGATIVE DARKROOM

07936522513

178a Glyn road, E5 0JE

Homerton Overground, 242, 38,55,48,253/4, 425,276,488

dndr.org.uk

Mon-Sun 11am-4pm

18 Oct - 19 Oct

Wet Plate collodion workshop with John Brewer

John Brewer

Wet plate collodion workshop with John Brewer
Fee £330

http://www.johnbrewerphotography.com/

http://blog.dndr.org.uk/courses/wet-plate-collodion/



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DOUBLE NEGATIVE DARKROOM

07936522513

178a Glyn road, E5 0JE

Homerton Overground, 242, 38,55,48,253/4, 425,276,488

dndr.org.uk

Mon-Sun 11am-4pm

20 Sep - 21 Sep

Wet Plate collodion workshop with John Brewer

John Brewer

Wet Plate Collodion workshop with John Brewer
Fee £330

http://www.johnbrewerphotography.com/

http://blog.dndr.org.uk/courses/wet-plate-collodion/



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DOUBLE NEGATIVE DARKROOM

07936522513

178a Glyn road, E5 0JE

Homerton Overground, 242, 38,55,48,253/4, 425,276,488

dndr.org.uk

Mon-Sun 11am-4pm

04 Oct - 05 Oct

Intro to Darkroom arts

Sebastian Sussmann

2 day Intro to darkroom course runs on the first full weekend of each month only. £150 per person

www.sebsussmann.co.uk



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DOUBLE NEGATIVE DARKROOM

07936522513

178a Glyn road, E5 0JE

Homerton Overground, 242, 38,55,48,253/4, 425,276,488

dndr.org.uk

Mon-Sun 11am-4pm

13 Sep - 27 Sep

Experimental 16mm workshop

Bea Haut, David Leicester

Experimental 16mm workshop over two Saturdays. £350 Booking essential

http://blog.dndr.org.uk/courses/16mm-film-and-diy-printing-and-processing-with-david-leister-and-bea-haut/



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DOUBLE NEGATIVE DARKROOM

07936522513

178a Glyn road, E5 0JE

Homerton Overground, 242, 38,55,48,253/4, 425,276,488

dndr.org.uk

M-S 11-4

08 Oct - 01 Nov

Times of Struggle, Conflict and Violence: The UK and South Africa

Gideon Mendel, David Hoffman

Vintage prints from photographers
David Hoffman and
Gideon Mendel

'I was watching in the square as the cops lost it early on. Just before this shot I’d been trying to shelter with three cops behind a pole. They were more scared than I was and the pole wasn’t entirely adequate as protection'

'I was part of a young generation of ‘struggle photographers’ committed to documenting the political mobilization of the time... I witnessed violent repression by the State and multiple funerals of young township activists. These images are partisan, framed against the background of the immense suffering of black people under apartheid'

http://gideonmendel.com/

http://www.hoffmanphotos.com/



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EAST END ARCHIVE

020 7320 1903

The Cass, 59-63 Whitechapel High Street, E1 7PF

Aldgate East tube

http://www.eastendarchive.org

Mon-Fri 12-7pm, Sat 12-5pm, Sun 12- 4pm

01 Oct

East End Archive at the Cass

Archivists: Susan Andrews & Mick Williamson

The East End Archive created by staff at The Cass Faculty of Arts, Architecture and Design is a developing collection of historical and contemporary photographs. The decision to acquire digital files rather than objects allows the Archive to grow and expand without facing major storage issues and is available online globally. The diversity and extended perception of the collection means that the East End is open to interpretation and the visual representation lends inspiration for the imagination. The very axis of its success is the combining of past with present and the future. The East End Archive can be viewed at www.eastendarchive.org

http://www.eastendarchive.org



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EASTSIDE COMMUNITY HERITAGE

020 8553 3116

326 High Road, Ilford, IG1 1QP

Ilford Station

http://www.hiddenhistories.org.uk

By appointment

01 Oct - 01 Oct - View online

Hidden Histories

Director: Judith Garfield

Eastside Community Heritage was established in 1993 and over the years has worked on numerous heritage projects documenting the lives of ordinary people in East London. In 1999 Eastside established the East London People’s Archive which now holds over 1,000 digital records, primarily oral histories, photographs and film all preserved and archived for public benefit. To access East London People’s Archive visit www.hiddenhistories.org.uk



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ELECTRICIAN'S SHOP The

020 7515 7153

Orchard Place entrance outside Trinity Buoy Wharf, E14 0JW

East India DLR and 277 bus

www.trinitybuoywharf.com

Fri - Sun 12 noon - 5pm

31 Oct - 02 Nov

Changing Spaces

Peter Mackertich, Anna Sherbany, Fenris Oswin

Responding to the rich historical urban-marine environment of Orchard Place, 'Changing Spaces' features portraits of creative residents at Trinity Buoy Wharf, 'colourfield' abstracts of the riverside and visual artworks made in workshops with local schools. Curated by Lucietta Willimas and Garry Hunter of Fitzrovia Noir CIC and supported by TBW Trust and HLF.

www.fitzrovianoir.com



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EMBASSY TEA GALLERY

195-205 Union Street, Bankside, London, SE1 0LN

Southwark (Jubilee line) Borough (Northern line)

http://www.londonphotography.org.uk/

Mon-Sun10am - 7pm Fri 31 Oct until 8pm and Sun 2 Nov until 4pm.

21 Oct - 02 Nov - Mon-Sun 10am - 7pm Fri 31 Oct until 8pm and Sun 2 Nov until 4pm.

London Independent Photography : 26th Annual Exhibition

The 26th annual exhibition of photographs by members of London Independent Photography selected this year by photographers Sophy Rickett and Bill Jackson and curated by Christina Santa Ana

http://www.londonphotography.org.uk/



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ESPACIO GALLERY

07815 319073

159 Bethnal Green Road, London , E2 7DG

Shoreditch/Aldgate East

http://www.espaciogallery.com

Thurs - Mon 1pm-7pm, Tues 1pm-5pm, Closed Wed

21 Nov - 25 Nov - Preview 20 November 6pm - 9pm

The Bleached Bones of a Story

Héloïse Bergman, Angelika Berndt, Brendan Delaney, Eva Hagman, Teresa Levitt, Hugh Look, Rashida Mangera, Heather Martin, Ingrid Newton, Edith Templeton, Geoff Titley

Little events, ordinary things; examined, preserved, accounted for.

Members of Central Group, London Independent Photography.
Curated by Kerstin Ullström Harris

www.heloisebergman.com

www.angelikaberndt.com

www.brendandelaneyphotography.com

www.evahagman.com

www.se1photography.com

www.futureglance.com

www.heathermartinphotographer.com

www.ingridnewton.co.uk

www.titley.me



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ESPACIO GALLERY

07815319073

159 Bethnal Green Road, E2 7DG

Liverpool Street, Bethnal Green, Shoreditch High Street Station

http://www.espaciogallery.com

Thur - Tue 1-7pm

16 Oct - 21 Oct - Private View Thur 16 October 6-9pm

F-Stop

Ann Witters, Tomas Amare, Brigitte Boldy, Gwen Campbell, Bill Davis, Julie Eccles, Sara Escudero, Paul Flint, Christine Fourdraine, Angelika Lialios, Pia Randall-Goddard, Tina Viljoen, Pete Webster

Cameras are like people. Each one has a different viewpoint. Many viewpoints, in fact. For 'F Stop', Espacio Gallery plays host to a hand-picked group of photographers each of whom invites you to see life through their lens and from their perspective.

This eclectic show encompasses portrait, abstract, fashion, still life, street photography and many other genres, creating a kaleidoscope of imagery to stimulate and satisfy every visual appetite.



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FOUR CORNERS

020 8981 6111

121 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, E2 0QN

Bethnal Green

http://www.fourcornersfilm.co.uk

Tue 4th November 6pm - 9pm

04 Nov - 6pm - 9pm

Free to Party book launch

Phil Clarke Hill

2014 marks twenty years since the 'Criminal Justice Bill' aimed to end the Free Party (rave) scene. However, Britain’s most important and long-standing subculture is still an important part of our cultural fabric, regardless of its illegality. Free to Party represents 24 hours in this world, from an organiser and punters point of view.

www.philclarkehill.co.uk



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FOUR CORNERS

02089816111

121 Roman Road, E2 0QN

Bethnal Green

http://www.fourcornersfilm.co.uk

Mon - Sat, 10am - 6pm

06 Nov - 6.30pm - 8.30pm

Portrait Salon 14

Portrait Salon is a form of Salon des Refusés. Devised by Carole Evans and James O Jenkins, Portrait Salon aims to show the best of the unselected entries from Taylor Wessing National Portrait Prize.

http://www.portraitsalon.co.uk/about/



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FOUR CORNERS

02089816111

121 Roman Road, E2 0QN

Bethnal Green

http://www.fourcornersfilm.co.uk

Mon - Sat, 10am - 6pm

14 Nov - 15 Feb

Fathom

Gayle Chong Kwan, Will Jennings, Laura Napier, Tessa Power and Anna Sherbany

New work produced by artists on Four Corners residency programme.



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FOUR CORNERS

020 8981 6111

121 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, E2 OQN

Bethnal Green

www.fourcornersfilm.co.uk

Mon - Sat 10am to 6pm

10 Oct - 31 Oct - Preview 9 October 6.30pm

Uncertain States Open Call 2014 - 'Nine'

We are proud to announce our nine selected artists from Uncertain States Open Call Selectors include: writer & critic Sean O’Hagan, artists Richard Sawdon Smith, Melanie Manchot, Mari Mahr, Julie Cockburn, art strategist Zelda Cheatle, curator Pete James, Dave Than from Four Corners, Ángel Luis González Fernández Director of PhotoIreland.

Uncertain States first open call aims to find the very best contemporary lens-based art. Each judge will select their own best of show and offer the reasons why the work has inspired them. These nine chosen artists will constitute the Open Call show at Four Corners Gallery and the content of Ucs. Issue 20,
Open Call 2014- Meet the Artist event
23 Oct 6.30pm

http://www.uncertainstates.com/uncertain-states-open-call/



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GALLERY ONE AND A HALF

020 7923 1430

1 1/2 Ardleigh Road, N1 4HS

Dalston Junction / Highbury & Islington / Bus No's. 38, 30, 56, 76, 242, 149

www.one-and-a-half.com

Tues-Fri 12-5pm, Sat & Sun 11am-4pm

17 Oct - 30 Nov - Preview 16 October 6:30 - 9:30pm

Helmand Return

Robert Wilson

Gallery One and a Half presents Helmand Return, an exhibition of new work by Robert Wilson.

In 2014 Wilson revisited Afghanistan as an official war artist to record the British troops' final tour of duty. These apolitical photographs allow a rare glimpse at the packing up and disposal of equipment, documenting the human and logistical challenges faced at the end of war.

100 years on from World War One, these images provide a fresh perspective on the traditions of conflict photography.

Wilson’s work has been shown widely, including at London’s Southbank Centre and the National War Museum, Edinburgh.

www.robertjwilson.com



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GALLERY S O

020 7377 8008

92 Brick Lane, E1 6RL

Aldgate East, Liverpool Street St.

www.galleryso.com

Wed - Sat, 12 - 6pm; Sun, 12 - 5pm

01 Oct - 12 Oct - Book Launch and Opening, Thursday 2 October 6 - 9pm

Johnnie Walker on the beach

Francisco Paco Carrascosa

“As a ‘paparazzo of everyday life’, I have distilled my view of the world into a photographic essay in book form, consisting of 2640 pictures. The resulting five volumes are my homage to life, photography and the commonplace.” Francisco Paco Carrascosa

Inspired by the figure of Johnnie Walker from Haruki Murakami’s novel “Kafka on the Shore” – a Pop Art figure and a symbol for “being on the move” – I let my curiosity be my guide and roamed the world like a Baudelairean flâneur of the 21st century, travelling to Spain, Japan, Italy and Switzerland.

http://www.paco-carrascosa.ch/en/index.html



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GALLERY320

020 7739 8385

320 Bethnal Green Road, E2 0AG

Benthal Green Undergroungd, Shoreditch Overground, Bus 8

www.gallery320.co.uk

Mon-Wed, Fri & Sat 10am - 5pm

06 Nov - 23 Dec - Private View Thursday 6th Nov 6-9pm

Sean Pines - Ladyscapes

Sean Pines

Sean Pines - Ladyscapes- A celebration of the Female Form.

This exhibition examines in detail the female form through Sean’s photographic eye. Sean explores different ways to capture form and light and the interaction of both to convey differing moods, styles and interpretations of womanhood from a male perspective.

www.seanpines.co.uk



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GALLERY320

020 7739 8385

320 Bethnal Green Road (entrance via Voss St), E2 0AG

Bethnal Green Underground

www.gallery320.co.uk

Mon-Wed, Fri & Sat 10am-5pm

02 Oct - 31 Oct - Preview 2 Oct 6-9pm

Light Headed 2014

Group Exhibition

Light Headed is an open themed exhibition for photographers who responded to our call for entries at Gallery320 as part of Photomonth 2014.

www.gallery320.co.uk



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HACKNEY ARCHIVES

020 8356 8925

CLR James Library, Dalston Square, E8 3BQ

Dalston Overground

www.hackney.gov.uk/archives

Tues, Wed, Thurs 9.30am-5.30pm, Fri 9.30am-1pm, Sat 10am-5pm

01 Oct

Hackney Archives

Archivist: Libby Adams

Hackney Archives Department was originally established in 1965 on the formation of the London Borough of Hackney, from the former metropolitan boroughs of Hackney, Shoreditch and Stoke Newington. The local history collections include a local studies library of published works about the history of Hackney and East London and printed ephemera, a visual collection of paintings, prints and photographs, local newspapers, maps and some audio visual items. Hackney Archives is situated on the 2nd Floor of Dalston CLR James Library. The search room is open from Tuesday to Saturday and you do not need an appointment before you visit.

www.hackney.gov.uk/archives



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HACKNEY CENTRAL LIBRARY

0208 356 2574

1 Reading Lane, London, E8 1GQ

242 bus, Hackney Central Overground Station, Bethnal Green Tube

www.hackney.gov.uk/cl-hackney-central-main.htm#

Mon - Thurs 9am - 8pm, Fri 9am - 6pm, Sat 9am - 5pm

01 Oct - 31 Oct - Preview and film screening 2 October 6.30pm

Love Light Romania

Richard James Feaver, Catherine Holmes, Amit Ghelani

Photographs exploring the work of the charity Love Light Romania. Working in Transylvania, Romania, the charity offers support to those suffering from HIV and aims to break cycles of poverty. Images taken by children from a local community, Jacodu, on the annual summer camp and supporting work by documentary photographer Richard Feaver.

www.catherineholmes.co.uk

www.rjamesfeaver.co.uk

www.babydollphotography.co.uk



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HACKNEY MUSEUM

020 8356 3500

1 Reading Lane, E8 1GQ

Hackney Central / London Fields / Hackney Downs / Bethnal Green, then 106 or 254 from stop C or D6 from stop B / Bus 0, 38, 48, 55, 56, 106, 236, 242, 253, 254, 276, 277, 394, 425, 488, D6 and W15

http://www.hackney.gov.uk/museum-

Tues, Weds, Fri: 9.30am - 5.30pm. Thur: 9.30am - 8pm, Sat: 10am - 5pm. Closed: Sun, Mon and Bank Holidays.

01 Oct - 17 Jan

Strike a Pose: Portraits from a Hackney Photo Studio

Gibson's Photo Studio, Lower Clapton Road

This unique exhibition at Hackney Museum shows the many faces of Hackney during the 1970s.

It includes weddings outside Hackney Town Hall from African, Asian and Caribbean families; studio portraits featuring nurses from the Caribbean in their uniforms; family portraits at home, university graduations and all the
fashion and styles of the decade.

Gibson’s photography studio in Clapton captured the changing faces of Hackney since the 1950s until it closed recently. Visit the exhibition to help identify some of the people in the photos.



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HALF MOON THEATRE

0207 265 8138

43 White Horse Road, London, E1 0ND

Limehouse mainline and DLR a 2 minute walk away, Stepney Green Tube a 15 minute walk away, Bus numbers 115, 135 and D3 stop on Commercial Road junction with White Horse Road a 1 minute walk.

http://www.halfmoon.org.uk/whats-on/gallery/

Mon - Fri, 10am - 6pm

05 Sep - 02 Jan

Around Half Moon

David Mott

David Mott's stunning collection of photography includes images of the newly refurbished Half Moon Theatre, alongside beautiful vistas from the theatre’s roof which offer unique perspectives through chimney pots and tiled roofs towards some of London's most iconic buildings including The Shard, Canary Wharf and St Paul’s.



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HOXTON HOTEL HOLBORN

07703816000

199 High Holborn, London, WC1V

Holborn

http://hoxtown.com/events/hoxtown-gallery-presents-nicholas-goodden/

7 days a week, 9am-9pm

15 Oct - 31 Jan - 7 days a week, 9am-9pm

The Great Londoners

Nicholas Goodden

Nicholas Goodden is a french London-based urban/street photographer, Olympus ambassador and founder of the ‘Street Photography London’ collective. His photography has been featured in The Huffington Post, Londonist, LondonOnTheInside and The Phoblographer to name a few.

This large body of work entitled ‘The Great Londoners’ was extremely challenging.

Very close and moving ‘targets’ shot from the hip, in manual focus at wide aperture with razor thin depth of field.
None of the Londoners photographed are posing or even aware of Goodden and his camera, yet the photos emanate a certain cinematic quality.

www.nicholasgooddenphotography.co.uk



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HUNDRED YEARS GALLERY

0203 602 7973

13 Pearson Street, E2 8JD

Hoxton Overground / Buses 67, 149, 242 & 243

http://www.hundredyearsgallery.com

Mon-Fri,10am-6pm Sat 4-11pm Sun,12-7pm

09 Oct - 18 Oct

Media and Myth: Fifty Years Since Tonkin

Various photographers, curated by Lewis Bush and Monica Alcazar-Duarte in collaboration with Paul Lowe.

Marking fifty years since the United States used a blurred photograph to justify military intervention in Vietnam, this exhibition presents photographic, video and written works examining the role of mass media in the Vietnam War and it’s memory.

Sponsored by London College of Communication in collaboration with the UAL Stanley Kubrick Archive.
Talks with photographers throughout the exhibition. Check www.hundredyearsgallery.com for dates.

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IDEASTAP

The Woolyard, 54 Bermondsey Street, SE1 3UD

London Bridge

www.ideastap.com/spa

10am - 5pm

24 Oct - 10am - 5pm only

IdeasTap Inspires workshop: Polaroid Photography

Rhiannon Adam

Join polaroid photographer Rhiannon Adam in this workshop exploring the possibilities afforded by Polaroid (and Impossible Project) film.

The session will begin with some historical background on Polaroid, and take participants through basic camera operation, troubleshooting, and what to look out for when buying your own equipment. Rhiannon will also cover various tips and tricks to speed up development and to get the most from your film.
The workshop will then cover a variety of opportunities for creative manipulation of Polaroid and Impossible Project films, allowing you to create playful one-off pieces of work.

Book at www.ideastap.com/spa

www.ideastap.com/spa



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IDEASTAP

The Woolyard, 54 Bermondsey Street, SE1 3UD

London Bridge

www.ideastap.com/spa

2.30pm - 5.30pm

17 Oct - 2.30pm - 5.30pm

IdeasTap Inspires workshop: Building narratives in photography

Fern Leigh Albert

A three-hour session looking at building narratives around imagery. This will be a chance to discuss, engage and develop ideas within your own photographic practice in a relaxed, fun and creative way. As well as looking at other photographers work we will be looking at your own. Please bring examples of your work plus individual images for a group project. Photographs must be printed (not necessary to professional standard) and be no larger than 10''x8’'.

Find out more and book a free place at www.ideastap.com/spa

www.ideastap.com/spa



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IDEASTAP

The Woolyard, 54 Bermondsey Street, SE1 3UD

London Bridge

www.ideastap.com/spa

6.30 - 9pm on 14 October

14 Oct - 6.30pm - 9.30pm

Close Up: Women in Photo panel and networking event

Speakers include: Anna Fox, Jane Hilton, Jenny Matthews. Panel includes: Rosa Harvest, Shoair Mavlian.

Free event with Metro Imaging and Made in Arts London.

Whether you're a professional photographer, in training, or launching your career - this session exploring women in the industry is for you.
Three key speakers will give their top tips in reference to their own experiences. There will be a panel Q&A following this with an additional two guests, as well as discussion and debate: 'Photojournalism and the old boys club; do we still experience everyday sexism?’

Women and men both welcome.

Find out more and book a free place at www.ideastap.com/spa

www.ideastap.com/spa



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KINGS PLACE

02070333878

90 York Way, London, N1 9AG

King's Cross St. Pancras

http://www.photovoice.org

Monday 7pm

03 Nov - 7:00pm

Motion Blur: A Night of Talks at the Intersection of Cycling and Photography

Tom Perkin, Jude Palmer

An exciting evening of illustrated stories and compelling examples of where the worlds of cycling and photography collide. Featuring Tom Perkins, known for his spontaneous culinary-cycling tour from London to Cape Town, and Jude Palmer, official photographer of the 2014 Tour de France who found her dream job in the realm of sport photography after a life-changing cycling accident.

Come along for a captivating ride full of adventure, creativity, guts, and grit, all while appreciating the timeless crafts of cycling and photography.

Ticket sales benefit PhotoVoice's projects and programmes. www.photovoice.org

http://judephotoagency.com/,

http://www.thenomadickitchen.com/



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KOPITIAM

07712 439402

66A Whitechapel High St, E1 7PI

Aldgate East tube

Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 9am-5pm

18 Oct - 30 Nov

Light on Water, Winchelsea Beach

Coral Howard

Images of the East Sussex coast at Winchelsea Beach near Rye. An area of unspoilt natural beauty, within a nature reserve, a haven for birds and wildlife. Also a peaceful escape for the many Londoners who flock to their caravans behind the sea-front.



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LABYRINTH PHOTOGRAPHIC

0208 709 9961

Four Corners, 121 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2 0QN

Bethnal Green

http://www.labyrinthphotographic.co.uk

Mon - Fri, 10am - 7pm, Sat 11am - 4pm

01 Oct - 30 Nov - Mon - Fri, 10am - 7pm, Sat 11am - 4pm

The Stare Show

Carlotta Cardana, Tyrone Lebon

Labyrinth Photographic have opened their stairs to 'The Stare Show', a small rotating exhibition that features a different photographer every month. All of the work displayed is shot solely on film and hand printed by Labyrinth.

During October The Stare Show will exhibit Carlotta Cardana's recent project AHOIKIPHA, examining the culture and traditions of native Americans.

In November Tyrone Lebon will take over the stairs and create work specifically for that space in his inimitable style.

http://www.carlottacardana.com

http://www.tyronelebon.com



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LLOYDS CLUB The

07531 789 394

42 Crutched Friars, London, EC3N 2AP

Tower Hill

http://www.young-masters.co.uk

Mon - Fri 8.30am - 5.30pm by appointment

16 Sep - 05 Dec

Young Masters 2014

Lottie Davies, Elisabeth Caren, Eve Wright, Fabiano Parisi, Gillian Hyland, Johann Ryno de Wet, Marwane Pallas, Nick Simpson, Red Saunders, Saskia Boelsums, Sophie Harris-Taylor

The Young Masters Art Prize celebrates contemporary artists from all over the globe who pay homage to the skill and traditions of the past. The Prize was established by gallerist Cynthia Corbett in 2009. This year the shortlist has been selected from over 300 applications and the winner will be selected by a panel of judges comprising art historian Godfrey Barker (Head Judge); Chief Executive of the Royal Academy of Arts, Charles Saumarez Smith; Founder of Sphinx Fine Art, Roy Bolton; collector, Werner Grub; Director of Fluff PR, Ben Austin; and Associate Director of Young Masters, Daisy McMullan



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OLD TRUMAN BREWERY PHOTOBLOCK

020 7770 6022

Shop 7, Dray Walk, 91 Brick Lane, E1 6QL

Liverpool St Stn

www.trumanbrewery.com

Mon-Sun 10.30am-7pm

16 Oct - 27 Oct

Leica - Photography Unplugged

Experience the Leica M-System. M-System - the first and the best: still creating the iconic images that define our time.

EXHIBITIONS:-
16-22 Oct Ed Templeton: Plastic Plant Places.
23-27 Oct Matt Stuart: Pedestrians.
PHOTOWALKS:-
17 Oct 10am-1pm Street Art, 2-5pm Urban Landscape.
18 Oct 10am-1pm Nature vs Architecture, 2-5pm Street Fashion.
19 Oct 2-5pm Street Art.
21 Oct 2-5pm Urban Landscape.
24 Oct 10am-1pm Urban Landscape.
25 Oct 10am-1pm Street Fashion.
TALKS:-
20 Oct 6-8pm BOB MAZZER.
21 Oct 7-9pm TOM STODDART.
26 Oct 9.45am-3.30pm MATT STUART Masterclass.

To book a place on these events call 020 7629 1351 or email: rachel.barker@leica-camera.co.uk

www.leica-camera.co.uk



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OLD TRUMAN BREWERY PHOTOBLOCK

020 7770 6022

F Block, G4, Elys Yard, 91 Brick Lane, E1 6QL

Liverpool St Stn

www.trumanbrewery.com

Mon-Sun 10.30am-7pm

22 Oct - 23 Oct - 10am-8pm & 10am-5pm

Hasselblad ShootLDN

A hive of interactive and hands-on activity with live shoots, demonstrations, tutorials and seminars designed to inspire, inform and educate. Free with registration www.shoot-ldn.co.uk



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OLD TRUMAN BREWERY PHOTOBLOCK

020 7770 6022

Shop 12, 91 Brick Lane, E16QL

Liverpool Street & Aldgate East tube

www.trumanbrewery.com

Fri & Sat 10am - 8pm, Sun 10am - 6pm

31 Oct - 02 Nov

South West Graduate Photography Prize 2014

Patrick Campbell, Olivia Bohac, Julia Nottingham, Shelly Belboda, Mary Pearson, Tommy Sussex and Jessica Summers

Fotonow CIC present the fifth South West Graduate Photography Prize featuring contemporary work from seven photographers who have recently graduated from photographic programmes in the South West. The visual work on display reveals distinct approaches; scarred landscapes from Cornwall to documentary studies in Ukraine the exhibition both challenges and educates.

www.fotonow.org

https://www.facebook.com/SouthWestGraduatePhotographyPrize



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OLD TRUMAN BREWERY PHOTOBLOCK

020 7770 6022

Outside Shop 12, 91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QR

Liverpool Street & Aldgate East tube

www.trumanbrewery.com

Fri, Sat & Sun 11am - 4pm

31 Oct - 02 Nov

Camper Obscura

Fotonow CIC present their Camper Obscura

Often out and about at UK photographic festivals the team at Fotonow CIC will be outside Shop 12, Old Truman Brewery, off Brick Lane with their mobile camera obscura project. Camper Obscura is a 1986 VW camper van which allows magical projections to be viewed inside, a must for or anyone in the East London area during the first weekend of November at PhotoMonth.

www.camperobscura.co.uk



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OLD TRUMAN BREWERY PHOTOBLOCK

020 7770 6022

F Block GB, Ely's Yard, 91 Brick Lane, E1 6QR

Liverpool St & Aldgate East tube

www.trumanbrewery.com

Fri 6-9pm, Sat & Sun 10am-5pm

24 Oct - 26 Oct - Preview 24 October 6-9pm

PHOTOMASTERS

William Lawrence Arnold, Heath Brown, William Henry Carter, Sian Davey, Hazel Davies, Sarah Dimmock, Marcelo Fiuza, Luciana Giobellina, Alisa Gokoeva, Linna Gron, Dave Kent, Nathan La Frenais Vidler, Sinaida Michalskaja, Tim Mills, Tom Need, Milo Newman, Pietro Pravettoni, John Rovira, Ammar Syed, John Volynchook

An inspiring showcase of recent MA Photography Graduates work from across the country co-ordinated by the Old Truman Brewery. A new annual initiative from the creators of the Free Range Graduate Shows to give exposure & professional opportunities for MA Graduates during Photomonth East London, International Festival of Photography



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OLD TRUMAN BREWERY PHOTOBLOCK

020 7770 6022

Ely's Yard, 15 Hanbury Street, E1 6QR

Liverpool St & Aldgate East tube

www.trumanbrewery.com

Thurs & Fri 4pm-10pm

20 Nov - 21 Nov

CAPTURE THE NIGHT

Canon UK invites you to a special two day low-light photography experience. As the light fades this event will come to life. You will be able to experience capturing low light photography in an urban setting and have the chance to win a photography workshop with photographer Jamie Hall.

https://comeandsee.canon-europe.com/en-GB



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ONLINE

www.mandywilliams.com

Riverbed Stories online

Mandy Williams

Riverbed Stories is an ongoing photographic series that documents the riverbeds beside the industrial area of Erith, South London and Dartford, Kent. It’s an area that I have been documenting since 2009, during which time it has become increasingly polluted.

www.mandywilliams.com



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OXFORD HOUSE

020 7739 9001

Derbyshire Street, Bethnal Green, , E2 6HG

Bethnal Green

http://oxfordhouse.org.uk

Mon to Fri 9am-10pm, Sat & Sun 10am-2pm

15 Oct - 25 Oct - Workshops: 15-16 and 17 October from 6-9pm

Women Out of Focus

Cristina Cuevas

A series of photography workshops based around the theme of women's loss of identity. Participants will work with an artist to explore gender roles and invited to rework Cristina Cuevas' images cutting and transforming them into collages to express their own ideas on gender. Fee £5 or free for community groups.

www.lon-art.org



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PHOTOCHATS AT CHATS PALACE

07921 816754

42-44, Brooksby's Walk, Homerton, Hackney, E9 6DF

Homerton (London Overground)

www.whatischatspalace.wordpress.com

Weds-Sun 12pm-5pm

12 Oct - 2pm-5pm

Hackney Flashers Exposed: 40th Anniversary of a Women's Photographic Collective. 1974-1980.

Hackney Flashers Collective.

In the 1970's the Hackney Flashers produced two significant exhibitions: 'Women and Work' and 'Who's Holding the Baby?'

In its 40th anniversary year, the feminist photo-based collective discuss their work in the light of the present and the relevance of collectives today.

A free event, open to all.

www.hackneyflashers.com



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PHOTOCHATS AT CHATS PALACE

07921 816754

42-44, Brooksby's Walk, Homerton, Hackney, E9 6DF

Homerton Station (London Overground)

www.whatischatspalace.wordpress.com

Weds - Sun, 12pm - 5pm

12 Oct - 21 Dec - 12pm - 5pm

Photographer Unknown

Unknown

From the Chats Palace archive; 40 years of Homerton faces, street scenes and cultural celebration seen through the ad hoc documentation of a group of voluntary and often un-credited photographers.

Portraits range from casual snapshots to more formal studies, offering a glimpse of the urban and cultural landscape of the near past.

www.whatischatspalace.wordpress.com



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PRINTHOUSE GALLERY

020 7275 0825

18 Ashwin Street, E8 3DL

Dalston Junction, Dalston Kingsland, Bus 242 / 38 / 56 / 149 / 277 / 30

http://www.bootstrapcompany.co.uk/3_printhouse_gallery

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

11 Sep - 29 Oct

Turning Toward Justice, Sierra Leone

Aubrey Wade

In Sierra Leone, justice is a journey. This exhibition explores in vivid colour the ways people access justice in a country with a vibrant traditional justice system and few lawyers. Aubrey Wade is a documentary photographer who has worked in Sierra Leone for over a decade.

http://www.aubreywade.com



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PROUD ARCHIVIST The

020 7749 6852

Reliance Wharf, 2-10 Hertford Road, N1 5SH

Haggerston Overground, Bus 149,242,243

www.theproudarchivist.co.uk

Open 7 days a week , 8.00a.m - 10.30p.m

02 Oct - 16 Oct

Pictures from an attic - The Bumforth Manor Collection

Samuel Heracles Gascoigne-Simpson (b. 1839- d. 1910).

Recently rediscovered photographs of delightful weirdness from the hitherto unknown Victorian eccentric, inventor and proto-surrealist Samuel Heracles Gascoigne-Simpson.
Eccentric characters, mad cap inventions, oddball tableaux , nudes and nadgering (both disciplines) were all captured by this 19th century photographic pioneer.

www.bumforthmanor.com



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RICH MIX

020 7613 7488/9

34-47 Bethnal Green Road, Shoreditch, E1 6LA

Shoreditch High Street Stn

www.richmix.org

Sun-Thur 10am-12am, Fri & Sat 10am-1am

06 Nov - 30 Nov

PHOTOMONTH PHOTO-OPEN

Exhibition open to all kinds of photographers, professional and non professional, students and young people from all over the UK and the rest of the world. ‘Imagining the East End’ is the theme for this year’s show. For inspiration visit www.eastendarchive.org a collection of contemporary imagery. All images submitted will be screened and a selection printed. The public is invited to vote for Best in Show and the winning photographer will be awarded tickets to the Sony World Photography Awards in London, April 2015.
Entry forms can be downloaded at www.photomonth.org Curated by Alternative Arts.



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RICH MIX

020 7613 7488/9

34-47 Bethnal Green Road, Shoreditch, E1 6LA

Shoreditch High Street Stn

www.richmix.org

Sun-Thur 10am-12am, Fri & Sat 10am-1am

29 Nov - 11am-4pm

PHOTOMONTH PORTFOLIO REVIEW

An excellent opportunity for photographers to discuss their current and future projects and receive critical feedback from experienced professionals including picture editors, curators, gallery owners, agencies, creative and commissioning editors.

Reviewers include: Sophie Batterbury Picture Editor - Independent on Sunday, Tony Bell Picture Editor - Observer New Review, Stefanie Braun Freelance Curator, Kit Burnet Picture Editor - Observer Magazine, Bridget Coaker Director - Troika Editions, Shannon Ghannam Picture Projects - Reuters News Agency, Paula Jones – Panos Pictures, Patrick Llewellyn Senior Photo Editor – Getty Images, Laura Noble Director – LA Noble Gallery, Melanie Philippe – World Photography Organisation, Dagmar Seeland Picture Editor - Stern Magazine.

Each participant may sign up for two or more twenty minute slots, allocated on a first come first served basis. Cost £20 per slot. Booking opens 1 October. Apply by email only to info@alternativearts.co.uk



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RICH MIX

020 7613 7488/9

34-47 Bethnal Green Road, Shoreditch, E1 6LA

Shoreditch High Street Stn

www.richmix.org

Open Daily 10am-10pm

06 Nov - 30 Nov

Photomonth Hub No2

PHOTOMONTH HUB No2 during the Photomonth Photo-Open exhibition. The Rich Mix has a great cafe on the ground floor and comfortable sofas up in the gallery so it's a good place to meet and talk, view the PHOTO-OPEN, and enjoy all the other great events happening at this diverse arts venue.

www.photomonth.org



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ROMAN ROAD

07881 817751

Muxima, Boulangerie le Moulin, Roman Road Art Cafe, Zealand Coffee Bar, Roman Road E3

Mile End, Bethnal Green, 8, 425, 388,

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01 Oct - 30 Nov

Roman Road Café Crawl

David Hoffman

<p>Four splendid caf&eacute;s in Roman Road, perfectly spaced to let you dawdle from excellent snacks via a very nice meal to coffee and cake. And you get to see a handful of David Hoffman's East End photographs dating back to the '70s at each one. MUXIMA 618 Roman Road E3 2RW. Mon-Fri 8am-6pm Sat &amp; Sun 10am-6pm. An independent Art &amp; Culture Cafe promoting and supporting local and international artists. VINARIUS ON THE ROMAN ROAD LTD 536 Roman Road E3 5ES 10am-10pm. Italian wine bar with great coffee and snacks. ZEALAND COFFEE BAR 391 Roman Road E3, Avocado on toast with chilli flakes and a fat wedge of sunny lemon. ROMAN ROAD ART CAFE 357 Roman Road E3. Mon-Sun 8am-4pm Sat 9am-4pm. Home made cakes and nice Norwegian breakfasts. Guided Cafe Crawl with photographer David Hoffman on Sat 18 Oct 12noon. Meet at the Roman Road Art Cafe.</p>
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<p>NOTE: Roman Road Art Cafe exhibition of David Hoffman's prints now closed.</p>

www.hoffmanphotos.com



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ROUND CHAPEL STUDIOS

07909985094

2 Powerscroft Road, E5 0PU

Overground: Hackney Central, Bus: 242, 55, 48, 254, 253

www.ilovechatsworthroad.co.uk

Tue - Fri 11am - 5pm Sat 11am - 2pm.

21 Oct - 15 Nov

I Love Chatsworth Road

Jørn Tomter

Jørn Tomter is currently creating an extensive photographic archive of his neighbourhood around Chatsworth Road in Hackney. Tomter started photographing the area in 2007; 100s of residents have been photographed. Jørn founded the magazine I Love Chatsworth Road, so people can see the work in print as the project evolves.

www.tomter.net



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RUSSET The

07733444421

17 Amhurst Terrace, E8 2BT

Dalston Kingsland, Rectory Road, Hackney Downs

http://www.therusset.co.uk

Mon-Sun 9am-10pm

10 Sep - 05 Nov

WE ARE THE LANDSCAPE

Paul Walsh - Kajsa Johansson - Dominik Gigler - Arnau Oriol - Susan Andrews - David Boulogne - Alessandra Chilà - Chris Dorley-Brown - Peter Marshall - Mike Seaborne - David George

2012pics project / Collective exhibition

The East End was and remains a land of experiments where the individual shapes his surroundings. 11 artist photographers familiar with its background and morphing captured its idiosyncrasy through various methodologies.

http://2012pics.blogspot.co.uk



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SHANE'S ON CHATSWORTH

07956549099

62 Chatsworth Road, E5 0LH

Hackney Central and Homerton overground.

www.shanesonchatsworth.com/

Mon-Fri 6pm-11pm Sat 11am-12pm Sun 11am - 9pm (closed 2pm-4pm)

31 Oct - 30 Nov

Light. People. Dark. Places

Anne Heslop

When darkness dominates an image the everyday becomes intimate, the familiar haunting. These images taken in available light - often a fire, candle or single light bulb - are from India and Morocco. But can the same lighting conditions be found in the East End of London?

www.anneheslop.co.uk



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SHOREDITCH TOWN HALL, MAYOR'S PARLOUR

0207 739 6176

380 Old Street, London , EC1V 9LT

Old Street

www.shoreditchtownhall.com

Sun 4 Oct 10am-5pm, Sun 5 Oct 1pm-8pm, Mon 6 Oct - Fri 10 Oct 10am-8pm

04 Oct - 10 Oct

My Journey: Stories of London Migrants

They make up 40% of the population of London, and everyone seems to be talking about them. But what do the capital’s migrants say about themselves? My Journey showcases the work of London migrants from all over the world, who use photography, film, audio and comic strips to tell their personal stories. My Journey is run by Migrants Resource Centre and funded by City Bridge Trust.

www.my-journey.org.uk



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St JOHN ON BETHNAL GREEN

200 Cambridge Heath Road - London, E2 9PA

Bethnal Green Underground Station/buses: 106, 388, D3, D6, 8, 309, 254

http://www.stjohnonbethnalgreen.org/

Mon-Fri, 5 - 8pm / Sat-Sun, 2 - 5pm

09 Oct - 19 Jan

Last portrait's portraits

Sonia Lenzi

A photobook concerning the choice of the last portrait. A reflection on the identity of women, on memory and on the essence of how women are perceived by others, on how they would like to be. On which sign we would leave.
The shots were made in five italian cemeteries.

www.sonialenzi.com



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ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPICE

0208 525 6000

Mare Street, E8 4SA

Bethnal Green

www.stjh.org.uk

Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm

03 Oct - 16 Oct - Preview 2 Oct 5.30-8pm

Hackney Hospice

Ulka Karandikar

A collaborative project between patients in St. Joseph's hospice and artist Ulka Karandikar. The work looks at the personal objects patients bring into their space and for what purpose? An exploration through image and text of the experience of hospice care and life limiting illness, as told by the patients themselves.



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STAGE 3 AT HACKNEY EMPIRE

020 8510 0792

Hackney Empire, 291 Mare Street, London, E8 1EJ

Hackney Central - Overground

http://www.platterform.com

Mon-Tues 8am-5pm, Wed-Thurs 8am-1am, Fri-8am-2am, Sat 11am-2am, Sun 11am-Midnight.

09 Oct - 30 Oct - Opening Night Event Performances 8.00.

Circus, Showmen & Freaks

David Pickens

Roll up!... Roll up!
Step this way!
The thrills and spills of the Circus, the Showmen and the downright Freaky... All in photographic form.
David trained formally in photography... then in 1990 ran away with the circus, performing Slack-Rope walking shows around the globe! Now back behind the camera, his portraits are of amazingly talented performers from his life on the road, whom he now calls his 'global family'.

www.davidpickensphotography.co.uk



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STOUR SPACE

02089857827

7 Roach Road, E3 2PA

Hackney Wick

www.stourspace.co.uk

Open Daily 9am-5pm

03 Oct - 31 Oct - Preview 2 October 7-10pm

Another Object

Laura Cuch, Lottie Hughes, Geiste Kincinaityte, Dalia Kranauskaite, Jacob Love, Leanne Neale, Judith Nezri, Damian Owen-Board, Sebastian Richter, Elaine Tam, Egle Trezzi, Matthew Walter

'Another Object' explores the implications of decontextualisation of objects in photography. Featuring Nourishing Mother - a photography collective supported by Goldsmiths Photography department - this exhibition presents unpublished works and new commissions. Organised in collaboration with Stour Space and Hand That Feeds.

www.handthatfeeds.me



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STREETS OF SPITALFIELDS AND BRICK LANE

The East End, E1

Liverpool Street

www.citizenskwith.co.uk

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01 Oct - 30 Nov

Signs and Misdemeanours

CITIZEN SKWITH

The East End has never been a 'don't do that' sort of place, it always maintains a sense of humour, even through the hard times, so my signs and messages reflect that. Also I'll be transforming traffic cones into 'triffic' cones dressed up like famous Eastenders.

The image is my Ronnie Kray ‘Triffic Cone’.

Post photos of my work to Citizen Skwith on Facebook and check out citizenskwith.co.uk for more info about what I am up to for Photomonth.

www.citizenskwith.co.uk



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THEATRE ROYAL STRATFORD EAST

020 8279 1121

Gerry Raffles Square, E15 1BN

Stratford tube

www.stratfordeast.com

By appointment

01 Oct - 01 Oct

Theatre Royal Stratford East Archive

Archivist: Murray Melvin

In 1991, a year after the death of Avis Bunnage, known as The Queen of the Workshop, the theatre was given an old brown cardboard suitcase full of programmes and photographs and other memorabilia that Avis had collected over the years of her work at the theatre. The then Artistic Director Philip Hedley invited Murray Melvin to spend a couple of weeks sorting it all out. Twenty three years later Murray is still collecting and the archive has expanded to a complete collection of material from all productions after the Theatre Workshop period to the present day, and has compiled a comprehensive list of all the dates and titles of productions that have played at the theatre since the very first one in December 1884.
Accessible by appointment only contact Trina Keane at tkeane@stratfordeast.com

www.stratfordeast.com



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theprintspace

+442073247104

74 Kingsland Road, e2 8dl

Old street

www.theprintspace.co.uk

28th November - 5th December 9am-7pm Daily

28 Nov - 05 Dec - 9am-7pm

INSIGHTS

Lauren Greenfield, Elinor Carucci, Jocelyn Lee, Gabriele Galimberti, Riverboom, Rena Effendi, Robert Clark, Asa Sjostrom, Knut Egil Wang, Chris Maluszynski, Helge Skodvin, Claire Martin, Guillaume Herbaut, Lee Grant, Luca Locatelli, Paolo Woods, Elin Berge, Eivind Natvig, Martin von Krogh and Johan Bavman

INSIGHTS, a new exhibition presented by INSTITUTE Artists and theprintspace. Curated by Anna-Maria Pfab and produced by Matt Shonfeld. INSTITUTE is an artist management company, serving media, editorial, advertising, entertainment, record industry, fine art, book publishing, online/mobile media, public engagements and corporate clients. It operates from Los Angeles (USA) and Bath (UK). This show exhibits works that speak to the theme of INSIGHTS, in an effort to present a deeper intuitive level of meaning and understanding through fine art photography. INSTITUTE is thrilled to be working on INSIGHTS with Stuart Waplington (Managing Director, theprintspace) and theprintspace team. In addition to selling the works from the exhibition itself, we will also be selling additional works through thehub, a new cloud-based application that enables us to sell fine art photography online.

www.instituteartist.com



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TOWER HAMLETS LOCAL HISTORY LIBRARY

020 7364 1293

277 Bancroft Road, E1 4DQ

Mile End tube

www.ideastore.co.uk

Tues 10am-5pm, Wed 9am-5pm, Thurs 9am-8pm, Sat 9am-5pm, Mon, Fri, Sun closed

16 Oct - 6-8pm

Tunde's Film

Trapped by circumstance and lack of opportunity, Stepney youth Tunde Ikoli and his friends wrote and starred in this film which fictionalised their desire to escape from the gritty East End of 1973. Cast members and director Maggie Pinhorn will be in conversation after the film.



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TOWER HAMLETS LOCAL HISTORY LIBRARY

020 7364 1290

277 Bancroft Road, E1 4DQ

Mile End tube

www.ideastore.co.uk

Tues 10am-5pm, Wed 9am-5pm, Thus 9am-8pm, Sat 9am-5pm

01 Oct - 01 Oct

Tower Hamlets Local History Library Archives

Heritage Manager: Tamsin Bookey

The library holds archive collections relating to the history of Tower Hamlets, many of which are rich in imagery. The collections contain over 40,000 illustrations, mainly consisting of photographs. These include a vast array of local street scenes and further sections organised by subject area, including popular themes such as markets, immigration and the docks. The library also houses the photograph collections of the Island History Trust, numbering several thousand images relating specifically to the Isle of Dogs and Poplar.

www.ideastore.co.uk



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THE TOWNHOUSE

+4420 7247 4745

5 Fournier Street, Spitalfields, EC1 6QE

Tube:Liverpool St. Overground:Shoreditch High St. Bus:No 67

http://www.townhousewindow.com/visit/

Tues - Fri, 11am - 6pm Sat - Mon, 11am - 5pm

03 Oct - 26 Oct

Black + White

Vicki Painting, Elizabeth Roberts

Vicki Painting and Elizabeth Roberts celebrate the art of monochrome photography, working in both the darkroom and digitally. Their work is complementary and explores both fact and fiction, myth and legend. Vicki is currently embarking on an MA in documentary photography and Elizabeth is editor of Black+White Photography magazine.

http://www.vickipainting.prosite.com

http://www.er22.prosite.com



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V&A MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD

020 8983 5200

Cambridge Heath Road, London, E2 9PA

Bethnal Green

http://www.museumofchildhood.org.uk

Daily, 10am - 5.45pm

07 Jun - 14 Dec

Toy Stories

Gabriele Galimberti

What do your favourite toys reveal about you? Toy Stories is a series of children’s portraits exploring the role and function of toys in the lives of children around the globe. Consisting of 20 photographs taken by Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti, the portraits reflect the impact of the children’s backgrounds and families on their choice of toys and highlight the universality of play.

http://www.gabrielegalimberti.com/



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V&A MUSEUM Sackler Centre

Tel: 0207 942 2000

Cromwell Road, , , London SW7 2RL

South Kensington

www.vam.ac.uk

Mon-Sun 10am-5.45pm

07 Nov - 6.30 – 9pm

Uncertain States talk #NOFILTER 

Uncertain States presents a panel of photographers, writers and curators to discuss photography as a tool to reflect longingly and critically on one's past.

http://www.uncertainstates.com/category/events/



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WHITECHAPEL GALLERY

020 7539 3363

77-82 Whitechapel High Street, E1 7QX

Aldgate East

http://www.whitechapelgallery.org

Tue - Sun, 10am - 6pm (until 9pm on Thursday)

18 Oct - 12 - 3pm

Imagining the East End Workshop

Heather McDonugh and Rod Morris

Coinciding with Photomonth and Black History Month this workshop looks at how cultural identity has been documented and shaped by photography. Work with photographers Heather McDonugh and Rod Morris and learn practical tips for taking great street portraits.
Ages 15 – 20
(Free, booking required)

Email duchampandsons@whitechapelgallery.org



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WHITECHAPEL GALLERY

020 7522 7888

77-82 Whitechapel High Street, E1 7QX

Aldgate East tube

www.whitechapelgallery.org

Tues-Fri 11am-5pm

01 Oct - 01 Oct - By appointment

Whitechapel Gallery Archive

Archive Curator: Nayia Yiakoumaki

The Whitechapel Gallery’s Archive reflects the Gallery’s rich and diverse history. It holds an extensive range of material produced by the Gallery over the past 120 years, starting even before its foundation. Included in the collection are exhibition catalogues, rare documentation of the majority of displays, artists’ letters, photographs including detailed installation views, graphic works, extensive press records, original exhibition plans, recordings on tape and videos of artists, critics and curators. The archive has a library reading room and exhibition space and is open Tues-Fri 11am-5pm. Researchers are welcome to visit by arranging an appointment with the Archivist by email at archiveenquiries@whitechapelgallery.org

www.whitechapelgallery.org



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WILLIAM MORRIS GALLERY

02084964390

Lloyd Park, Forest Road, London, E17 4PP

Walthamstow

www.wmgallery.org.uk

Wed-Sun, 10am - 5pm

05 Sep - 02 Nov

In Paradiso

Deborah Baker

Deborah Baker developed In Paradiso alongside planting, designing and establishing her woodland garden in Cornwall. By literally ‘weaving’ the visual threads of the plant life surrounding her, Baker encompasses the rich tapestry of colour to slowly construct her photographs. Quote 'Photomonth' to receive a 10% discount in the Gallery shop.

http://www.lauraannnoble.com/artist/deborah-baker/



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ZIFERBLATT

388 Old Street London,, EC1V 9LT

Old Street

http://www.uncertainstates.com

Mon-Sun 11am-12am

07 Oct - 7.30pm

Uncertain States First Tuesday Talks

Lydia Goldblatt ' Still Here'

Artist Lydia Goldblatt will be speaking at our monthly Salon talks about her work 'Still Here', her beautiful work combines portraits of her parents with metaphorical images that speak to the shifting nature of time. ‘First Tuesday Salon Talks’ further our commitment to lens-based art through practice and offer a deeper insight into the artists process. These talks are free, however there may be a nominal charge for the location.

www.lydiagoldblatt.com



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ZIFERBLATT

388 Old Street, Shoreditch London, EC1V 9LT

Old Street

Mon- Sun 11am-11pm

02 Dec - 7.30pm

Uncertain States First Tuesday Talks

James Russell Cant

The Decisive and Other Moments.

The project is a series of long exposure photography up to a yearlong recorded by both pinhole and conventional cameras. It is centred around the remains of a Georgian house, its gardens and the estuarine country and marshlands of Northeast Essex. The images trace some of the personal, familial, social, artistic and scientific histories connected to this place. These talks are free however there may be a minimal charge for the location.

http://www.uncertainstates.com



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