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Nicola Jayne Maskrey in Traces 17
Added 24 June to Exhibitions by LIP Members
Our lives are the sum of millions of moments colliding to make up the past, present and the future. But what traces do these moments leave behind and how do they impact the people we are? In Traces 17 multidisciplinary artists that attend the peer group at the Free Space Project explore who we have […]


Greenwich LIP Group June meeting
Added 23 June to LIP Satellite Groups
Angela Ford brought photos from a Sikh festival, part religious, part devoted to martial arts. Unless you are yourself a Sikh it is unlikely that you will have heard of the small Punjabi town where it is held. Nevertheless, between three and four hundred thousand people attend including many from the Sikh diaspora returning to […]


Benjamin Szabo in Shutter Hub Open 2017 (Edinburgh)
Added 19 June to Exhibitions by LIP Members
Shutter Hub brings together international photographers in a selected exhibition, promoting the future of photography through diverse and creative imagery. Showcasing a wonderful selection of work, the Shutter Hub OPEN is part of the Retina Scottish International Photography Festival in Edinburgh. Visitors are invited to vote for their ‘Best in Show’ throughout the exhibition and […]


Central London Group May Meeting
Added 19 June to LIP Satellite Groups
May’s theme of Mirror produced a fine and varied selection of responses. There were reflections galore in a multitude of different surfaces – the blurred and distorted shapes of passers-by reflected in chrome, multiple reflections on the gleaming body and wing mirror of a vintage car, a staged set up involving a mirror and coloured […]


Ariadne van de Ven
Added 6 April to London Independent Photography News
Photo by Ariadne van de Ven It is with great sadness that I have to tell you that LIP member Ariadne van de Ven died on 14 March after a short illness. She was 56. She was a very talented and thoughtful photographer, as well as a valued member of LIP and a great personal […]


Tales of Two Rivers event in Birmingham
Added 24 January to London Independent Photography News
The contemporary group of the Royal Photographic Society presents Tales of Two Rivers on Saturday 8 April in Birmingham. RPS members and non-members are welcome – for booking click here In the day-long event, these speakers will present their work: Yan Wang Preston created Mother River by photographing, in large format, the entire 6211km length […]


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