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Greenwich LIP Group February meetup
Added 21 February to LIP Satellite Groups
Four presentations as usual. Tony Othen, chairing in the absence of John Levett, began with a consideration of the work of Lord Snowdon based around two books of London photos from the beginning and end of his career, and a survey of his portraits.  This led into a presentation of portraits by Greenwich member Martin […]


Central London Group January Meeting
Added 13 February to LIP Satellite Groups
Our first meeting of the year had as its theme Horizon – an apt metaphor for looking ahead! There was naturally a preponderance of landscapes and seascapes, although some people interpreted it less literally. The horizon can be urban or rural, immense, empty, broken up with buildings or trees, hidden by mist, flat or mountainous […]


Peter Herbert: 38 Green Carnations
Added 5 February to Exhibitions by LIP Members
38 Green Carnations provides a juxtaposition of two aspects of Oscar Wilde’s life. The early privileged family and successful background of one of the world’s most brilliant and witty writers is reflected by a portrait of the artist as a younger man, presented against fabric by the fashionable Victorian designer of the time William Morris. […]


Popi Tsoukatou: Consanguinity (Athens)
Added 31 January to Exhibitions by LIP Members
Popi Tsoukatou’s new body of works unfolds the variations in meaning of the Latin word ‘consanguinity’, which is either defined on etymological level as blood relationship or metaphorically as an inherent correlation. Tsoukatou appropriates photographs of both her familial and broader circle, it being either kith and kin or friends of decades past, mainly during […]


Tales of Two Rivers event in Birmingham
Added 24 January to London Independent Photography News
The contemporary group of the Royal Photographic Society presents Tales of Two Rivers on Saturday 8 April in Birmingham. RPS members and non-members are welcome – for booking click here In the day-long event, these speakers will present their work: Yan Wang Preston created Mother River by photographing, in large format, the entire 6211km length […]


LIP has a new Chair! Hugh Look hands over to Gill Golding
Added 12 September to London Independent Photography News
London Independent Photography is excited to welcome Gill Golding as our new Chair. She takes over the position from Hugh Look, who served from 2013. We are grateful to Hugh for his time commitment in overseeing LIP’s activity development, and for his support of our inclusive founding values. Hugh graciously offered calm and steady guidance […]


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