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We’ve had a great response to our call out for our next Bridge Lounge Exhibition – only 20 places don’t miss out! #photography #London #exhibition

We have secured another six months exhibition in the prestigious wine bar/restaurant Bridge Lounge (London Bridge area) from August 2015- your images will be viewed by hundreds of people everyday, and not only will this increase your exposure but we also had a number of sales in the previous exhibition we held there last year.

The brief:

Theme: images of London (images that contain a recognisable London landmark or of the London Bridge area are preferable but not exclusive)

Cost: £75 for 6 months (this includes printing, installation, marketing and representation on our website for one selected image for six months) for one selected image.

Requirements:  please send in low res images if attached to emails (please try and keep this to one email), via DropBox or a link to your website.  Please ensure all images are titled/labelled (and avoid ‘untitled’!).

Submissions: by 12th July 2015 (we’ll let you know if you have been successful by the 12th July, if you do not hear from us, then you haven’t been successful on this occasion)

Open to photographers worldwide.

We only have space for 20 images so don’t delay. E: info@londonphotogallery.org

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Call out for another Bridge Lounge #exhibition #London #londonphotogallery #photography

We have secured another six months exhibition in the prestigious wine bar/restaurant Bridge Lounge (London Bridge area) from August 2015- your images will be viewed by hundreds of people everyday, and not only will this increase your exposure but we also had a number of sales in the previous exhibition we held there last year.

The brief:

Theme: images of London (images that contain a recognisable London landmark or of the London Bridge area are preferable but not exclusive)

Cost: £75 for 6 months (this includes printing, installation, marketing and representation on our website for one selected image for six months) for one selected image.

Requirements:  please send in low res images if attached to emails, via DropBox or a link to your website.  Please ensure all images are titled/labelled (and avoid ‘untitled’!).

Submissions: by 12th July 2015

Open to photographers worldwide.

We only have space for 20 images so don’t delay. E: info@londonphotogallery.org

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The London Photo Gallery will be taking part in @ARThouse_LBRUT 27 & 28 June 11h30-17h30

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This weekend, we will be taking part in ARTHouse Open Studios, a festival celebrating the vast creative talent that exists within the Borough of Richmond upon Thames.

We will be donating 25% of our commission of any print sold to The Victoria Foundation, a medical charity based in Richmond.

We hope to see you next weekend!

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Our next collaboration with @EnsemblPerpetuo will be 6th September #oceans and #rivers #photography #Richmix

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Fresh from the success of their sold out launch concert, Ensemble Perpetuo present an evening of music inspired by Rivers and Oceans from across the world.

Let Ensemble Perpetuo guide you through a wide array of music for an evening you won’t forget. Part of Perpetuo’s exciting collaborations include an innovative and immersive approach to their repertoire courtesy of Bitter Suite and a special exhibition of photographs by the London Photo Festival.

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The London Photo Gallery will be taking part in @ARThouse_LBRUT 27 & 28 June 11h30-17h30

This weekend, we will be taking part in ARTHouse Open Studios, a festival celebrating the vast creative talent that exists within the Borough of Richmond upon Thames.

We will be donating 25% of our commission of any print sold to The Victoria Foundation, a medical charity based in Richmond.

We hope to see you next weekend!

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Can you help @cafeartuk hand out #cameras? #photography #contest #helpingthehomeless

As you are aware, we sponsor Cafe Art by donating an exhibition space at the London Photo Festival as part of their annual Photography Contest

On Friday 3 July they will be handing 100 single-use Fuji cameras out from the Crypt of St Paul’s Cathedral in the annual Cafe Art Photography Contest and they are looking for volunteers to help them and other volunteers from the London chapter of The Royal Photographic Society.

The handout is from 12 noon to 2pm, on 3 July. They are currently doing workshops with art groups run by homelessness sector charities and participants will come from all over London on the day. Participants have three days to take the photos before returning the camera to them to develop. Over the past two years they have raised more then £45,000 directly for the participants and art groups and to fund the framing of art by people affected by homelessness.

Cafe Art is still a small grass roots organisation, and rely on the support of their volunteers so if you are free on the 3rd, please contact Paul: paul@cafeart.org.uk

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Want to know more about #liquid #emulsion printing? #photography #London #LPF

Estelle Vincent exhibited with us in May and many of you asked how she printed her beautiful images, and here’s how!

Liquid emulsion or liquid light is a silver-based sensitiser that can be applied on any surface, exposing by an enlarger, and processing in conventional chemistry. It is virtually the same emulsion found on ordinary photographic paper, but in a liquid form and can allow the emulsion to be coated on a wide range of surfaces like glass or wood.

The Reconstruction of Beirut: this series of images was produced by painting the emulsion on watercolour paper that was then sepia toned, scanned and enlarged on aluminium. By using this various techniques I hoped to convey a sense of the porous and permeable aspect of contemporary Beirut – where heritage, historification, pastiche and authenticity form the habitat of Beirutis who constantly have to adjust and renegotiate their everyday environment. This approach also seeks to critically engage with the motto of the private company in charge of the reconstruction “Beirut, ancient city of the future”.

Current work: She is currently working on a series using liquid emulsion on tiles, some of which can be seen here: http://www.estellevincent.com/section330916_608172.html

She’ll be exhibiting this work at the Urban Art Fair in Brixton, details here: http://www.urbanart.co.ukestelle

Website www.estellevincent.com

Blog www.estellevincentphotography.com