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NATURAL - AOP Members Summer Exhibition

Until 1 September 2014

A group exhibition from the AOP Membership showing their interpretations of this years theme of Natural. This is the 25th Online Exhibition to be showcased since it began in 2012.

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Touring Exhibition

AOP 30th Photographers Awards at The Hospital Club, London 

4  August to 21 September 2014

A selection of 18 images from the Awards will be on show on the 2nd Floor. 

Other Exhibitions  

Dr. Harold Edgerton: Abstractions 

A vintage print collection from one of photography's true pioneers.

Until 2 August

Michael Hoppen Gallery
3 Jubilee Place, London SW3 3TD 


Christina Broom

In celebration of an important acquisition, we display a selection of Christina Broom's photography, highlighting Broom's images of the military in London and kick-starting a programme of events marking the centenary of World War One.
A pioneering press photographer who documented life in the capital between 1903 and 1939, this small display anticipates a large-scale retrospective in autumn 2015.

Until 28 September 2014

Museum of London
150 London Wall, London EC2Y 5HN


Regenerating Capital: Healthy Growth, Healthy City?

Coinciding with the London Festival of Architecture, this exhibition explores some of the Captial's key regeneration projects and their impact on the city's inhabitants. Twelve photographers from different backgrounds have been invited to contribute their interpretations and ideas.

until 23 August 2014

Roca London Gallery
Station Court, Townmead Road, London SW6 2PY 


Vivat! Vivat! My England! - Photographes by John Hedgecoe

Legendary photographer John Hedgecoe (1937-2010) captured many of hte 20th Century's leading cultural icons - from Francis Bacon, Mary Quant, and Ted Hughes to Agatha Christie, Vita Sackville West and David Hockney.  And of course, Her Majesty The Queen.  VIVAT! VIVAT! MY ENGLAND! presents a selection of 34 of Hedgecoe’s most iconic photographs, some of which will be exhibited for the first time.

Until 5 August. 

Royal College of Art
Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU 



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