Past Exhibitions and Events

Sister Faustina Appears in Londonewry 1993 by Sean Hillen

‘Border Town Exhibition’

Images from Seán Hillen’s Troubles series are included in the exhibition

Newry & Mourne Museum; ‘Bagenal’s Castle’, Ireland

The exhibition runs through 2016

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Charlie Phillips

Seán Hillen, Merging Views, Documentary

23 November 2016
Showing as part of an evening of "Irish Short Films at the
Regent Street Cinema, London

10mins 30sec / Dir: Paddy Cahill / Prod: Tal Green

This portrait observes artist Seán Hillen as he creates a beautiful new photomontage. He shares thoughts about his work and recent personal discovery.

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Charlie Phillips

Charlie Phillips on Radio Three's 'Private Passions'.

Charlie Phillips was the guest on Private Passions on 20 November 2016. He talks about his photography, his passion for opera, and about the racism he encountered when he first arrived in Britain. And although Charlie Phillips has now left West London, he goes back to Notting Hill almost every day - he can't afford to live there any more, but it's where he feels most at home.

Musical Choices include Verdi, Puccini, Dave Brubeck, and a rarely-performed opera by the African-American composer Scott Joplin, about the importance of education in the black community. Phillips also loves hymns and chooses "How Great Thou Art", a rousing evangelical hymn he has planned for his own funeral.

Click Here to listen online (for limited period only)

Charlie Phillips

Photographing Britain's Black History

An evening of photography and chat with Ian Johns and Charlie Phillips about being Black photographers and activists in Manchester and London.

6 October 2016 (5.30pm - 7.30pm)

Manchester Central Library
Performance Space
Ground Floor
St Peter’s Square

Click Here for further details.

Muhammed Ali Zurich 1971 (c) Charlie Phillips

Charlie Phillips discusses Muhammad Ali

Charlie's interview on Ali with 'The One Show' aired on 6 June 2016 on BBC1.

The tribute to Ali runs 19.15 - 28.50. Charlie appears throughout
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07czjxt

Two old men and a marine commando, Sugar Island, Newry, Co Down 12 July (c) 1985 by Sean Hillen

Seán Hillen: Melancholy Witness

Prints from the National Gallery of Ireland
The exhibition will runs until 29 October 2016
Carroll Gallery
Sean Hollywood Art Centre,Newry

Click Here for details on the gallery website.

 

Who is My Enemy by Sean Hillen

Seán Hillen: Melancholy Witness

Exhibition created as part of the Westport Arts Festival
29 September to 30 October 2016
The Custom House Studios, The Quay, Westport, Ireland.

Click Here for details on the gallery website.

Click Here for details of the festival.

 

John Claridge, East End

Exhibition
Across the Tracks: John Claridge

27 September to 19 October 2016
Opening with introduction by The Gentle Author
from Spitalfields Life, 27 September 2016.

The Society Club
2 Ingestre Place
London
W1F 0JF

Click Here for further details.

Charlie Phillips

Re-Focused and Exposed: Charlie Phillips in Conversation

In conversation with Professor Augustus John, Charlie Phillips will give an insight into a life lived almost entirely through photography, his inspired regard for art photographers including Cartier-Bresson, the heady days as an international paparazzi and 50 years spent documenting the African-Caribbean community.

16 October 2016 (2pm - 5pm), including afternoon tea.

V&A Museum, London

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Notting Hill Couple by Charlie Phillips, 1967

Documentary Screening
Beyond the Photo, includes Charlie Phillips interviews
Brighton Photo Fringe 2016.

27 October 2016

NOTE: We regret to inform you that this event has had to be cancelled.

Four Ideas for a New Town by Sean Hillen

Seán Hillen - Exhibitions

'The Easter Uprising in Contemporary Art'
Crawford Art Gallery, Cork
24 June to 24 August 2016
http://www.crawfordartgallery.ie/exhibitionsupcoming.html

Galway City Museum
September 2016 (more information near to the time)
http://www.galwaycitymuseum.ie/exhibitions

Four Ideas for a New Town by Sean Hillen

Landskrona Foto: View Ireland

Images from Sean Hillen's Irelantis series are featured in the exhibition
30 June – 25 September 2016
Landskrona museum 30 June – 25 September 2016

For more information:
http://www.landskronafoto.org/en/exhibitions/#VIEWIRELAND

Outside the Piss House Pub, 1968 by Charlie Phillips

An Ideal For Living: Photographing Class, Culture and Identity in Modern Britain

Images by Charlie Phillips are included in the exhibition.

Beetles+Huxley Gallery
27th July - 17th September, 2016

For more information:
http://www.beetlesandhuxley.com/exhibitions.html

The exhibition is reviewed in following online journals:

BBC Culture

The Guardian

i_D

Time

British Journal of Photography

Wallpaper*

John Claridge, The Arch, 1968

Current Exhibition:
John Claridge - East End

6th to 17th September 2016
Mind's Eye, Galerie Adrian Bondy
221 rue Saint-Jacques, 75005 Paris

Click Here for further details on a pdf press release.

Click Here for a feature on the gens d'image website.

 

East End (cover) by John Claridge

John Claridge's East End

GALLERY EXHIBITION
VOUT-O-RENEES, 30 Prescot St, Aldgate, E1 8BB
Exhibition runs until 21 July 2016

ONLINE EXHIBITION
http://akehurstcreativemanagement.com/gallery.html

PUBLICATION
Published by Spitalfields Life Books, 2 June 2016
For more information and to order signed copies visit:
http://spitalfieldslife.bigcartel.com/product/east-end-by-john-claridge-published-by-spitalfields-life-books-on-2nd-june

Contemplation by Karin Rosenthal

Karin Rosenthal: Journeying Within the Human Landscape
Artist's Talk

5 May to 12 June 2016

Griffin Museum of Photography
67 Shore Rd
Winchester
MA 01890
USA

For more information:
http://www.griffinmuseum.org/blog/product/karin-rosenthal-human-landscape

For a review at the Boston Globe:
https://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/theater-art/2016/05/15/the-nude-theme-and-variations-griffin/Zkv5Y8jUSCVkMC7IHjnYkM/story.html

For a review on Elin Spring’s Photography Blog
http://elinspringphotography.com/blog/37-photographers-1-model-karin-rosenthal-at-griffin-museum-of-photography/

Notting Hill Couple, 1967 by Charlie Phillips

100 Images of Migration
12 Star Gallery
Europe House
32 Smith Square
London
SW1P 3EU

Includes work by Charlie Phillips

Exhibition runs 2 March - 11 March 2016
Organised as part of the Migration Museum Project

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Silchester Road after demolition, 1967 by Charlie Phillips

Colliding Worlds
Charlie Phillips is featured in the exhibition
Portman Gallery, Morpeth School & Sixth Form
sembly

10, 17 & 18 March 2016

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Cloud I, 2005 by Karin Rosenthal

Cloud I, 2015 by Karin Rosenthal is included in the exhibition 'On the Body' curated by Ruth Erickson, Associate Curator at the ICA/Boston.
Gallery 263, Cambridge, USA.

11 February to 12 March 2016

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Notting Hill Couple, 1967 by Charlie Phillips

Images by Charlie Phillips are included in an exhibition organised by Migration Museum
The Cafe, City Hall, London Assembly

Exhibition ends 26 February 2016

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The Four Courts from The Temple of Apollo, 1994 by Sean Hillen

‘Finders and Keepers’ an exhibition of artworks selected from the State Art Collection

Images from Sean Hillen's Irelantis series are included in the show & catalogue

20 November 2015 to 16 January 2016
dlr LexIcon, Dún Laoghaire, Ireland

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South African Dancers at Cue Club, 18 September 1970 by Charlie Phillips

Simon Schama’s Face of Britain

Images by Charlie Phillips included in the show

16 September 2015 - 4 January 2016
The National Portrait Gallery, London

For more information:

National Portrait Gallery, What's On Section

National Portrait Gallery, Press Release

Penguin Books

Review on The Guardian Website

A BBC2 series based on the book begins on 30 September 2015.

Portobello Road by Charlie PhillipsPortobello Road by Charlie Phillips

100 Images of Migration
Work by Charlie Phillips is included in this exhibition
jointly organised by the Migration Museum Project

24 June 2014 - 13 February 2015

Exhibition at the Museum Studies Building
The School of Museum Studies
University of Leicester, 19 University Road
Leicester, LE1 7RF

Click Here for Details and Click Here for Invitation

Offsite Exhibitions

To accompany the exhibition there will also be displays at:

Leicester Railway Station, 24 June to 20 July 2014;

The Charles Wilson Building, 21 July 2014 to 13 February 2015;

The David Wilson Library, 21 July to 12 December 2014 .

Kensal Green Cemetery, 1974 by Charlie Phillips

How Great Thou Art –
50 Years of African Caribbean Funerals in London

Charlie Phillips presents a sensitive photographic documentary of the social and emotional traditions that surround death in London’s African Caribbean community.

7 November to 5 December 2014
Photofusion Gallery
17a Electric Lane, Brixton, London, SW9 8LA

Click Here for Press Release; Click Here for Gallery Website

Charlie Phillips by Keith Cardwell

Features and Interviews:

British Red Cross Society Shop, 1972 by John Claridge

East End in Focus: Modern Magic Lantern Shows:
John Claridge

Slide show and discussion in which John Claridge shares his favourite images and stories with Bishopsgate Institute Library and Archives Manager, Stefan Dickers.

2 April 2014, 7:30
Bishopsgate Institute
230 Bishopsgate
London
EC2M 4QH

Click Here for more information and to book tickets.

Chet Baker, 1986 by John Claridge

Sorti des Ombres / Out of Shadows
Exhibition by John Claridge

7 May to 5 July 2014
mind's eye: galerie adrian bondy, Paris
www.mindseye.fr

Press release: Click Here

An announcement and short feature for the exhibition appears on the website: actuphoto.com

Weston Gallery

Models & Muses exhibition, Carmel, California
Includes work by Karin Rosenthal

12 July to 7 September 2014
The Weston Gallery, Carmel California, USA
www.westongallery.com

Echoes of a Vanished Past by Robin Hanbury-Tenison

Echoes of a Vanished World: A Traveller’s Lifetime in Pictures
Photographs by Robin Hanbury-Tenison

Exhibition: 12 July to 30 August 2014
Aberystwyth Arts Centre,
Penglais Campus, Aberystwyth University
www.aberystwythartscentre.co.uk

Catalogue now available: Click Here

Feature Article: Robin Hanbury-Tenison: the tale of the explorer and philanthropist by Jules Gary on businessdestinations.com

Free Artist's Talk: Tuesday 29 July 2014 at 6pm.
Click here for more information

Richard K Diran Exhibition Poster

The Vanishing Tribes of Burma
An Exhibition with images by Richard K Diran

After its three very successful days, the exhibition has now been donated to The National Museum of Myanmar, Burma.
Dagon Township, Yangon

http://www.myanmar.cm/places/yangon.html

 

CLICK HERE for Richard's video film of the exhibition.

Girl at Window, E2 (1962) by John Claridge

Archive Imagining the East End
14 to 29 November 2013
Hoxton Hall, 130 Hoxton Street, London, N1 6SH
Exhibition includes work by John Claridge

An exhibition in association with The Cass East End Archive, an online digital resource intended for artists, designers, academics and researchers from a cross-section of disciplines.

Full details at: Hoxton Hall Website

A book about the Archive by Susan Andrews and Nicholas Haeffner and edited by Zelda Cheatle will be published in December 2013 by Black Dog Publishing. This will also include work by John Claridge.

Echoes of a Vanished World: Robin Hanbury-Tenison

Echoes of a Vanished World: Robin Hanbury-Tenison
22 September 2013 to 5 January 2014
Julia Margaret Cameron Trust
Dimbola Museum & Galleries
Freshwater, Isle of Wight

At 6pm on Saturday, 19 October 2013, Robin will be speaking about the exhibition.. Tickets are £5 each and the talk will be followed by a reception in the galleries until 8pm.

Numbers will be limited so advanced booking is recommended
Call Dimbola on 01983 756814

Visit: dimbola.co.uk

Press Release: Click Here

Richard K Diran Exhibition Poster

The Vanishing Tribes of Burma
An Exhibition with images by Richard K Diran

28 to 30 September 2013
Inya Lake Hotel, Yangon, Myanmar

Exhibition Website: www.thevanishingtribesofburma.com

Exhibition Announcement: Click Here

Exhibition Catalogue: Click Here

NEWS UPDATE:

After its three very successful days, the exhibition has now been donated to The National Museum of Myanmar, Burma.
Dagon Township, Yangon

http://www.myanmar.cm/places/yangon.html

Flat to Let Sign in the window of a Newsagent Store corner Ladbroke Grove and Chesterton Road (Golborne Road), c 1959

100 Images of Migration
Until 31 August 2013
Hackney MuseumTechnology and Learning centre
1 Reading Lane
London
E8 1GQH

Work by Charlie Phillips will be included in this exhibition jointly organised by the Migration Museum Project.

Visit: www.hackney.gov.uk/hackneymuseum

View: Charlie Phillips' Portfolio

Love Knot by Karin Rosenthal

Karin Rosenthal 'Nudes in Water' series included in:
The Nude – Classical, Cultural, Contemporary

Photo-eye Gallery, Santa Fe, 2013

Click Here for the online exhibition

Click Here for the 'blog on the exhibition opening

Click Here for an interview with Karin to co-incide with the exhibition

 

Arcantype by John Claridge

John Claridge: Arcantypes; La Femme
Claridge Walsh Editions
The French House, Soho, 2013

www.frenchhousesoho.com

www.claridgewalsheditions.com

Charlie Phillips at New Art Exchange, Nottingham

Charlie Phillips: The Urban Eye
Hidden Stories in the Rise of Modern Multi-Cultural London

Curated by Paul Goodwin
New Art Exchange, Nottingham
20 April to 7 July 2013

Race riots, rogue landlords, street life, interracial relationships, fashion and images of bohemia are captured in Charlie Phillips’ latest exhibition.

Click Here for full details.

Click Here for review in This is Nottingham (25 April 2013).

Echoes of a Vanished World by Robin Hanbury-Tenison

Echoes of a Vanished World: A Traveller’s Lifetime in Pictures
Photographs by Robin Hanbury-Tenison

Exhibition: 14 January 2013 to 10 March 2013
Olivier Exhibition Space, National Theatre,
Southbank, London, SE1 9PX
Click Here for Full Details

Catalogue now available
Click here for details and prints sales

Press Release: Click Here

New York, NY, October 18, 1953 by Vivian Maier

Vivian Maier: A Woman's Lens
Co-curated by Karin Rosenthal with Susan Eisenberg
6 October to 18 December 2013
Women's Studies Research Centre
at Brandeis University

For more information:
http://www.brandeis.edu/wsrc/arts/comingsoon.html

Outside the Piss House Pub, 1967 by Charlie Phillips

'London Street Photography' at Museum of the City of New York
(originated Museum of London)
Includes images by Charlie Phillips
27 July 2012 to 12 December 2012

Museum of the City of New York
Fifth Ave. at 103rd St., New York , N.Y.
Tel: 00 1 212-534-1672

http://www.mcny.org/exhibitions/current/London-Street-Photography.html

Review in The New York Times, 27th July 2012
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/27/arts/design/london-street-
photography-at-museum-of-the-city-of-new-york.html

Dick Gregory, 1966, by Charlie Phillips

Origins of the Afro Comb;
6000 years of culture, politics & identity

2 July to 3 November 2013
The Fitzwilliam Museum and Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge

Charlie Phillips is included in this exhibition curated by Michael McMillan.

Visit: www.originsoftheafrocomb.co.uk

Visit: Fitzwilliam Museum

View: Charlie Phillips' Portfolio

Image caption: Dick Gregory 1966
American Comedian Dick Gregory was an outspoken supporter of Black Rights. Whilst visiting Notting Hill he had a haircut at a barber's shop on All Saints Road.

Echoes of a Vanished World: A Traveller’s Lifetime in Pictures
Photographs by Robin Hanbury-Tenison

Exhibition: 7 November 2012 to 30 November 2012
Link Shop, Eden Project
Bodelva, Cornwall, PL24 2SG
www.edenproject.com

Catalogue now available
Click here for details and prints sales

Press Release: Click Here

Feature: Discovering a modest man of the world
in This is Plymouth, 22/09/2012

 

Outside the Piss House Pub, 1967 by Charlie Phillips

'London Street Photography'
at Museum of the City of New York
(originated Museum of London)
Includes images by Charlie Phillips
27 July 2012 to 12 December 2012

Museum of the City of New York
Fifth Ave. at 103rd St., New York , N.Y.
Tel: 00 1 212-534-1672

http://www.mcny.org/exhibitions/current/London-Street-Photography.html

Review in The New York Times, 27th July 2012
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/27/arts/design/london-street-
photography-at-museum-of-the-city-of-new-york.html

'Dormitory, Victoria Home, 1982' by John Claridge

The London Requiem on 'The Space'
Première taking place in Abney Park Cemetery
Saturday 29th September 2012

For tickets: www.richmix.org.uk

Project includes John Cartridge's: Salvation Army photographs to coincide with the centenary of the death of William Booth SA founder who is buried in Abney Park Cemetery.

John's photographs go live on The Space,
Thursday 16th August 2012 at: www.thespace.org

Each Thursday they will add a new film (of 10) to the site
and other related events i.e. Salvation Army.

Controverses: A legal and ethical history of photography
Includes images by and from the collection of Graham Ovenden
8 February – 12 August 2012

Museum Traphold
Æblehaven 23
6000 Kolding
Denmark
Tel: (+45) 76 30 05 30

For further details: http://en.trapholt.dk/exhibitions/controverses!/

Arena of Hearts

Michael Woods

Arena of Hearts - Cardiology in Medicine, Art and Consciousness
Paintings and Assemblages by Michael Woods, in collaboration with Professor Peter Collins and Professor John Taylor

Unveiling Wednesday 29th February 2012
Cardiology Department, Chelsea Wing,
Royal Brompton Hospital

Click Here for the Catalogue

Notting Hill Couple, 1967 by Charlie Phillips

Becoming: Photographs From The Wedge Collection
Includes images by Charlie Phillips

11 August 2011 to 8 January 2012

NASHER MUSEUM OF ART AT DUKE UNIVERSITY

Website: www.nasher.duke.edu

Alice Liddell and Beggar Child by Charles Dodgson

Controverses: A legal and ethical history of photography
Includes images by and from the collection of Graham Ovenden.

8 September to 11 November 2011

Galerie Rudolfinum
Alšovo nábřeží 12
CZ - 110 01 Praha 1
Tel: +420 227 059 205

For Further Details: Click Here

Man in a Zoot Suit, Great Western Road, 1968 by Charlie Phillips

Charlie Phillips included in:
"London Street Photography 1860-2010"
from the Museum of London's photographic collection
18 February - 4 September 2011

Website: www.museumoflondon.org.uk

Press Feature: The Independent

 
Accompanying book: London Street Photography 1860-2010
Published by: Dewi Lewis Publishing

Elderly Chin women smoking tobacco together by Richard Diran

Richard Diran's photographs of Vanishing Tribes of Burma
included in summer exhibition:

"The Pikture Gallery"
Sukhumvit Rd Soi 49/1
Bangkok, Thailand

http://www.thepikturegallery.com/GALLERY

Paul Kilsby

"Platinum" The 31 Studio Archive
4 November 2010 - 7 January 2011

Included Paul Kilsby's 'Still Life with a Golden Oriole', 2009

Ersel
Piazza Solferino 11
Turin, Italy

Website: www.ersel.it

Paul Kilsby

Paul Kilsby

Trompe l'Oeil: Photographs inspired by Dutch and Spanish Still Life Painting of the Baroque Era.

10th September to 8th October 2010

Hoopers Gallery
15 Clerkenwell Close
London
EC1R 0AA

Website: www.hoopersgallery.co.uk

Alice Liddel as a Beggar Child, 1858,  by C L DodgsonControverses: A legal and ethical history of photography

Includes images by and from the collection of Graham Ovenden
4th March 2010 to 20th June 2010

KUNST HAUS WIEN
1030 Wien, Untere Weißgerberstraße 13
Vienna
AUSTRIA

Tel: +43 664 1617611
E-mail: andreas.hirsch@kunsthauswien.com
Website: www.kunsthauswien.com

Trompe l'Oeil by Paul KilsbyPaul Kilsby: Trompe l'Oeil

10th October to 22nd November 2009

Lensky Gallery
Little Elms, The Square,
Stow-on-the-Wold,
Gloucestershire GL54 1AF

Tel: 01451 830122
E-mail: enquiries@lenskygallery.com
Gallery Website: www.lenskygallery.com
Photographer's Website: www.paulkilsby.com
Paul Kilsby's Portfolio: Click Here

Alice Liddel as a Beggar Child, 1858,  by C L DodgsonControverses: A legal and ethical history of photography

Includes images by and from the collection of Graham Ovenden
3rd March 2009 to 31st May 2009

Bibliotheque Nationale de France
58 rue de Richelieu
75084 Paris
France

Venue Website: www.bnf.fr

Image (c) Helen LyonHelen Lyôn included in:
Second Glance: Women photographing Women

2nd to 31st May 2009

Stephanie Hoppen Gallery
17 Walton Street
London
SW3 2HX
Tel: 020 7589 3678

Email: info@stephaniehoppen.com

Website: www.stephaniehoppen.com

 

Alice Liddel as a Beggar Child, 1858,  by C L DodgsonControverses: A legal and ethical history of photography

Includes images by and from the collection of Graham Ovenden
24th September 2009 to 22nd November 2009

Le Botanique
Centre Culturel de la CommunautÚ Franšaise
Rue Royale, 236,
1210 Bruxelles
Belgique

Tel: 02 / 218.37.32
E-mail: info@botanique.be
Website: www.botanique.be

'Notting Hill Couple', 1967, Charlie Phillips

Charlie Phillips
'Notting Hill Couple', 1967

The photograph is included in "Becoming: Photographs from
the Wedge Collection", curated by Kenneth Montague.

MOCA Detroit
12 September to 21 December 2008

MOCA Website: www.mocadetroit.org
Wedge Gallery Website: www.wedgegallery.com

Roots to Reckoning - Book Cover Charlie Phillips included in:
Roots to Reckoning: A photographic exhibition of
London’s black communities
By Armet Francis, Neil Kenlock and Charlie Phillips.
27 February 2008 to 30 June 2008
Education Centre at Homerton University Hospital
Homerton University Hospital
Trust Offices
Homerton Row
Hackney,
London
E9 6SR

By appointment only
Contact: Shaun Canton, Tel: 020 8510 7990/5028
Email: shaun.canton@homerton.nhs.uk

Controverses - Invitation Card

Oliviero Toscani 'kissing-nun', 1992'
(c) 1991 Benetton Group, S,p.A

Controverses:
A legal and ethical history of photography.
Includes images by and from the
collection of Graham Ovenden
4 April to 1 June 2008
Musée de l’Elysée Lausanne –
A Museum for Photography
18 Av de l’Elysée
CH 1014 Lausanne
Switzerland

Website: www.elysee.ch
Press Release: Click Here
Catalogue: Click Here

After Oudry with Card by Paul Kilsby

Through the Lens;
1st RWA Open Photography Exhibition
Includes images by Paul Caffell and Paul Kilsby, as invited artists along with Keith Arnatt, Richard Billingham, Chang-soo Kim, Philippa Lawrence and Richard Long, plus up to 200 photos from the submission.
8 June until 20 July 2008
Royal West of England Academy
Queens Road, Bristol, BS8 1PX
Tel: 0117 973 5129

Email: info@rwa.org.uk
RWA Website: www.rwa.org.uk
Paul Caffell: www.31-studio.com and www.paulcaffell.com

PhotoStroud Festival of Photography 2007
15 to 27 October
stroudphotofestival.co.uk

31 Studio (c) Paul CaffellExhibition: 31 Studio Platinum Prints 1998-2007
Includes work by Paul Kilsby
Stroud Subscription Rooms
George Street, Stroud, GL5 1AE
Tel: 01453 760 900
Mon - Sat: 09.00-17:00, 15 to 27 October 2007

Website: www.31-studio.com

Accompanying Talk:
Stroud Subscription Rooms, Cafe Bar
Tel: 01453 751 440
Thursday 18 October 2007, 19:30
Free, but ticket required

Talk: Paul Kilsby
Stroud Valley Artspace
John Street, Stroud
Tel: 01453 751 440
Saturday 27 October 2007, 19:30-21:00
Free, but ticket required
Website: www.stroudphotofestival.co.uk

Notting Hill Couple, 197 by Charlie PhillipsCharlie Phillips
How We Are: Photographing Britain
Tate Britain
22 May to 2 September 2007

Website: www.tate.org.uk

The Maidservant - After Vermeer by Paul KilsbyPaul Kilsby
Hoopers Gallery stand
photo-london
31 May to 3 June 2007
Old Billingsgate

Website: www.photo-london.com