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Central London Group March Meeting

The topic for our March meeting was Family, something close to everyone’s heart. Whether looking inwards to our own families or casting our gaze out into the wider world at other people’s, there was a wide range of interpretations. There were quite a few unposed images taken of people in family groups in the public […]

Central London Group February Meeting

The theme for the February meeting was “seven deadly sins”. This was quite a stretch for us as we are all so clean living – but we gave it a try! Janet, Steve and Adrian showed all seven sins. Janet focused on old telephone boxes – including inevitably for lust a phone box with calling […]

Central London Group January Meeting

Every now and then we abandon themes and invite members to bring work from current personal projects. Eleven did. Many were thinking of their proposals for the group exhibition in April though few were yet 100% committed to showing these particular images. The range was wide: studies of the water’s edge, architectural abstractions in B&W, […]

Central London Group December Meeting

The theme for this meeting had been ‘baroque’. Maybe it was viewed as a bit tough or maybe at this time of year people had other things on their minds, but only half a dozen of us showed work. That gave each a little more time to explain what they were doing and why, and […]

Central London Group November Meeting

Last month we shared and discussed books that have influenced us – mostly photography books but also some novels which motivated us in the making of particular photographs – eg. George Orwell’s 1984 inspired a series of photographs on the theme of surveillance. There was a wide selection of material on show which reflected the […]