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LIP Annual Exhibition update – June 2020

The 32nd Annual Exhibition has been postponed until Autumn 2021. The open call to all members “LIP Chronicles: Life Under Lockdown” will go ahead. For the month of November 2020 there will be a selected display of members’ work responding to the following brief: “LIP Chronicles: Life under Lockdown”. It will be an inclusive exhibition. […]

LIP 26th Annual Exhibition – Call for Entries!

The 2014 exhibition runs 21 OCTOBER – 2 NOVEMBER 2014 at EMBASSY TEA GALLERY in Bankside. Read all about our call for entries here! The LIP Annual Exhibition, now in its 26th year, aims to provide a platform for members to exhibit their best work – to be viewed by each other and the general […]

Now Available: 23rd Annual Exhibition Catalogue

Our 23rd Annual Exhibition has now ended and we want to thank everyone who took time to visit and view the show this year! It was one of the most popular and diverse exhibitions in our history, and we received a very high standard of submissions across many genres. Congratulations to all members who participated! […]

Last chance to see our 23rd Annual Exhibition!

Our 23rd Annual Exhibition is #1 of the The Big Pick list the top 10 things to do in London in this week’s Big Issue magazine. Saturday, 29th October is the last day to see the show, so get there while you can! At Strand Gallery, 32 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6BP (Map) – […]

23rd Annual Exhibition at Strand Gallery

Adam Parkes: Hampstead Men’s Pond Our 23rd Annual Exhibition is currently showing at the Strand Gallery 32 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6BP (Map). We hope you’ll be able to make it there for a viewing before 29th October! The gallery is located in a convenient central location near Charing Cross tube, and opening times […]

23rd Annual Exhibition – Call for Entries

We are now well underway with preparations for the 23rd LIP Annual Exhibition. Entry is open to all current members of LIP and is a great chance to showcase your work in a major London gallery. The selection process is anonymous (i.e. without knowing names of photographers) to make sure that the process is completely […]