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Our next collaboration with @EnsemblPerpetuo is 9th November at The Forge Camden plus we’ll have a special guest! #photography #londonphotofestival #london

The theme is Heavenly Sights and is an evening of music inspired by space, flight and motion. Featuring music from Beethoven and Piazzolla to Weir and Muhly, experience over 200 years of chamber music in one evening!

We will also be joined by a special guest – all details will be revealed soon!

Tickets can be purchased here


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We are delighted to be working with @Polabora again offering first time #exhibitors the chance to #exhibit on our FREE Retro Wall #photography #londonphotofestival #LPF

Sign up to our mailing list on our website to be the first to hear our call out for images for the Retro Wall.

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We’re gearing up for #LondonPhotoFestival 2016 which will be running from 19th to 21st May #photography #LPF #london #exhibiting

We’re gearing up for London Photo Festival 2016 which will be running from 19th to 21st May. Submissions are welcome on the theme ‘The four elements: Earth, Water, Air and Fire’. The interpretation is open to you. Remember that we don’t judge your work so your photos will be displayed – as long as we have room. Places go fast so make sure to book your spot early.

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We have a number of #exhibiting options for May 2016’s Festival to suit everyone #photography #londonphotofestival #london #LPF

Option 1: Two (2) A3 or 12in x 16in framed images (wall space)The size shown is the size of the printed image, excluding the frame. Please use simple frames that are roughly a couple of inches in width. Printed and framed/mounted by you.

Option 1:
Two (2) A3 or 12in x 16in framed images (wall space)The size shown is the size of the printed image, excluding the frame. Please use simple frames that are roughly a couple of inches in width.
Printed and framed/mounted by you.

Option 2: Three (3) A3 (16.5in x 11.7in) mounted (hanging space) images. The size shown is the size of the printed image, excluding the mount. FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBT, THESE IMAGES ARE NOT FRAMED. Includes printing and mounting (not framed) by the LPF and you get to keep the image (not the mount) if not sold.

Option 2:
Three (3) A3 (16.5in x 11.7in) mounted (hanging space) images. The size shown is the size of the printed image, excluding the mount. FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBT, THESE IMAGES ARE NOT FRAMED.
Includes printing and mounting (not framed) by the LPF and you get to keep the image (not the mount) if not sold.

Option 3: Three (3) 24inx16in mounted (hanging space) images. The size shown is the size of the printed image, excluding the mount. FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBT, THESE IMAGES ARE NOT FRAMED. Includes printing and mounting (not framed) by the LPF and you get to keep the image (not the mount) if not sold.

Option 3:
Three (3) 24inx16in mounted (hanging space) images. The size shown is the size of the printed image, excluding the mount. FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DOUBT, THESE IMAGES ARE NOT FRAMED.
Includes printing and mounting (not framed) by the LPF and you get to keep the image (not the mount) if not sold.

Option 5: One (1) 24″ x 16″ mounted (hanging space) images.

Option 5: One (1) 24″ x 16″ mounted (hanging space) images.


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Thanks to Liz @happythingsblog for her blog piece on our collaboration last week with @EnsemblPerpetuo @Bitter_Suite #photography #londonphotofestival

You can read her review of the evening on her blog: http://theblogofhappythings.com/


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We are delighted to announce that Colin O’Brien @colinobrien65 is part of our judging panel for our new #streetphotography #photocontest #londonphotofestival #london

Colin O’Brien’s journey of photography began in 1948, and since then he has been photographing the life of Londoners in the eastern part of the town, capturing the drama of the day to day life. He has already exhibited his artwork in several parts of London and has recently launched his book ‘London Life’ at The Society Club in Soho.

This is what makes O’Brien’s images of day to day life in the 50s and 60s – children playing, lovers taking a stroll and even car crashes so significant. The commonplace is so often overlooked, but these photographs are the most important documentation of a way of life that has long since ceased to exist.