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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.
AOP 30th Photographers Awards
The Hospital Club, 24 Endell Street, London WC2H 9HQ
Until 21 September 2014
The 30th AOP Photographers Awards has hit the road again.
This time its being showcased at The Hospital Club in London's Covent Garden, a haven for creative types in the capital. A selection of 18 images are on show on the 2nd floor of the club. Exhibiting members are: Leon Steel, Penny Cottee, Matt Barlow, James Day, Rory Carnegie, Richard Maxted, Parker Biley, Peter Dazeley, Alex Telfer, George Logan, Dario Mitidieri, Jaap Vliegenthart, Morgan Silk, Uwe Duettmann, Christian Schmidt.
This exhibition will provide excellent exposure for the exhibiting photographers and the AOP as a whole. The Hospital Club's philosophy of 'Create, Connect, Collaborate' fits with the AOP's ethos and we're grateful to our friends at The Hospital Club for staging the exhibition.
Fields of Battle, Terres de Paix 14-18. Photographs by Mike St Maur Sheil
2-29 September 2014
Fields of Battle-Lands of Peace 14-18 is the result of a collaboration with the late Prof Richard Holmes and documents the battlefields of the First World War as they are today. The exhibition has been created as an outdoor "street gallery" to enable unlimited free to view access to the general public, many of whom would never go to a gallery or museum. 79 Large scale images make up the exhibition, which was first exhibited in Paris on the railings of the Jardin Du Luxembourg. It is currently on show in London in St James's Park adjacent to the Guards Memorial opposite Horse Guards Parade. It will then tour in cities throughout the UK and France over the next four years.
Sheil worked on the project for eight years, and estimates that over that time he spent 450 days photographing World War I battlefields from places as diverse as eastern Africa, Poland, Israel and Turkey. "The only major theatre of the war I didn't cover was Iraq," Sheil said. He's now a qualified battlefield guide, leading tours of sites along the Western Front from Belgium to Switzerland.
Sheil's aim was to show how even now, a century after the start of the war, the scarred landscapes in Flanders, on the Somme and Marne rivers, in the Vosges mountains and elsewhere can still reveal to the careful observer the stories of the millions of men who fought and died.
"There are still traces," Sheil said. "I don't think you'll ever eradicate them."
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
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
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