Monday, May 5

London exhibition – Don McPhee: photographer

There's a retrospective of the work of the photojournalist on now.

Details:
Friday 18 April 2008 to Friday 27 June 2008
Opening times:
Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm
Saturday 12pm to 4pm
(Closed Bank Holiday weekend, 24/25 May)

Free admission.

The Newsroom, Archive and Visitor Centre
60 Farringdon Road
London EC1R 3GA

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3 comments:

Mox said...

I went to this a few weeks ago and thought it was bloomin' marvellous. The nice thing about the shows at the Guardian is they do really nice booklets to go along with the photos - and they're free. This was a particulary fine publication and bigger than any I'd seen before.

I hadn't actually realised it was on until I stumbled upon it en route to the Gilbert Garcon exhibition - also very interesting - a fine body of work considering he didn't start shooting until he was in his 60s.
http://www.gilbert-garcin.com/

Mox

Paul Russell said...

Thanks Mox

I did pop into the Don McPhee exhibition and was impressed. Where was the Gilbert Garcin exhibition? That part of London is a bit of a mystery to me..

Moxette said...

It's at the Hoopers Gallery in Clerkenwell. There's a link to a map on this page: http://www.franceinlondon.co.uk/en_eventsview_2687_Gilbert-Garcin.html

Ah... but it's finished. Sorry, I forgot to tick the box here that would have notified me of your reply!