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Michael J Duke: Life After Coffee
Added 26 April to Exhibitions by LIP Members
Michael says of his exhibition: “I do admit that coffee is more than just a drink to me. I enjoy reading up on the history of the drink as well as collecting cups with logos from various cafés I have visited on my travels. During each ‘coffee stop’, I like to try to capture the […]


Greenwich LIP Group April meeting
Added 26 April to LIP Satellite Groups
LIP GREENWICH APRIL 2017 MEETING A good meeting. First a bit of background: the Brunel Museum in Rotherhithe includes the great brick shaft from the bottom of which the Brunels excavated the first Thames Tunnel. That shaft has now been given new access and is an extraordinary venue for creative events.   Last night Gareth […]


Putney Update April 2017
Added 24 April to LIP Satellite Groups
We started the meeting with something topical, namely the power of imagery and humour to poke fun at companies when they badly mess up, in this case United Airlines. After their debacle the airwaves were full of some fabulous humour. We then moved onto some examples of imagery with a link provided by Martin – […]


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 […]


Meirion Harries: Faces from the Continuum
Added 20 March to Exhibitions by LIP Members
Meirion Harries’ new exhibition, offered in the era of Trump, Brexit and Le Pen, puts the underlying question in graphic form: just how different are we from one another? And does preserving our differences justify departures, walls, borders and expulsions? Runs 24-29 April 2017 Open daily 10am-7pm Hepsibah Gallery 112 Brackenbury Rd London W6 0BD […]


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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