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fLIP57: Time

Cover image: Mary Lynne Ellis

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3. Editor’s Note
8. Anuj Chaman – Reflections
14. Frankie McAllister: Dividing Lines – review by Arun Misra
22. Mark Friend – Forgotten Towns of East Anglia
52. LIP Annual Exhibition review by Sabes Sugunasabesan
56. Paul Morris: My Heart Under My Feet – exhibition review by Austin Guest
58. LIP Annual General Meeting – review by Steve Jones
60. Crouch End Exhibition – review by Kasia Kowalska
62. Annual Exhibition by Putney & Barnes Satellite Group

Anuj Chaman A Canadian-born, London-based
photographer, blends editorial, documentary, street, travel and portrait photography, to celebrate the beauty in ordinary moments and tell visually
captivating stories. instagram @anuj.chaman

Frankie McAllister is an Irish photographer, whose practice sits on the crossover of fine art and documentary photography. She has a particular interest in altered landscapes and the effect of geo-politics on the landscape, shown through impressionist and representational imagery.

Arun Misra is a London based photographer of Indian origin. He explores the entire spectrum of human experiences through abstract, conceptual and conventional photography and draws inspirationfrom abstract expressionist paintings and sculpture. He is a founder member of the FIKA collective of photographers. instagram: @arunmisraphoto

Mark Friend is an aspiring street, documentary and portrait photographer based in London and Suffolk. He recently completed the professional
photography certificate at the London Institute of Photography.

Sabes Sugunasabesan is a photographer and mixed media artist. His art explores land, its influences on life, dispossessions, solidarity and memories. instagram: @sabessuguna

Austin Guest photographs landscapes, architecture, live events and street photography, particularly in London and the surrounding area. He engages closely with urban and suburban scenes, seeking out the unseen and unusual within them.
instagram: @austinthruthelens

Steve Jones is a London-based former accountant engaging with the world as he finds it, working in both digital and analogue media.
instagram: @stevejones35

Kasia Kowalska is a Polish-born artist working in digital and analogue processes, moving image and installation. She is British Journal of Photography’s Portrait of Britain winner and Association of Photographers Student Awards winner and multiple finalist. She graduated in BA Photography from London Metropolitan University.

With thanks also to: Kasia Kowalska for her contribution.