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Meirion Harries: Faces from the Continuum
Added 20 March to Exhibitions by LIP Members
Meirion Harries’ new exhibition, offered in the era of Trump, Brexit and Le Pen, puts the underlying question in graphic form: just how different are we from one another? And does preserving our differences justify departures, walls, borders and expulsions? Runs 24-29 April 2017 Open daily 10am-7pm Hepsibah Gallery 112 Brackenbury Rd London W6 0BD […]


Greenwich LIP Group March meeting
Added 19 March to LIP Satellite Groups
Four presentations as usual. – this time all very much about people. Michael Mundy began with a portfolio of black and white prints. Most were portraits, those of sleeping people and those of Covent Garden street performers before or after their act standing out. We urged him to see them published. All this work was […]


Barnes Satellite Group Exhibition: Lucidity
Added 16 March to Exhibitions by LIP Members
A year after forming, the Barnes satellite group of LIP are holding their first exhibition. This local event presents the very best of Barnes members’ photographic work. Lucidity, in its original meaning, is derived from the Latin word for light and today refers to clarity of expression and thought. For more information, please contact Darius […]


Crossing Lines March meeting
Added 14 March to LIP Satellite Groups
The March meeting was a strange affair in which more didn’t get done than did. Rosanna Goodchild kicked off with a report on a recent exhibition event in Bristol. Rosanna has worked closely with street sleepers and work related to that had been submitted and exhibited. The discussion that followed was largely about the strutting […]


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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