LIP Greenwich March 2019 meeting

Peter Luck

Kathryn Alkins

Norman Smith

Barry Cole

Jon Davies

A very varied meeting. Peter Luck showed a series of B&W photos of the baroque church of St Paul in Deptford and was questioned as much on the architecture as the photography. Kathryn Alkins had been fascinated by the forms, patterns and light of the Thames mud exposed at low tide at Erith. Steven Gosling showed a fine selection of travel photos taken in SE Asia and Morocco. Norman Smith had kept closer to home, recording observations on a walk between Kings Cross and Camden Town (see the original and recent ad words on the preserved, now residential, gas holder).
Barry Cole gave a brief introduction to an exhibition of photos of environmental change in the arctic regions (at the Saatchi Gallery), a reminder of the continuing Don McCullin exhibition at Tate Britain (with photo of a fascinated public) and the very curious Beyond Boundaries show at Somerset House. Jon Davies closed with an introduction to his project on pollution in London, layering photos from three of the most polluted streets (Marylebone Roiad, Euston Road and the Blackwall Tunnel Approach. We hope he will give a more detailed account of this project. Peter Luck

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