shoreditch show – ‘Parallels’

mickster | photographers | Tuesday, September 28th, 2010


“I found a rooming house near my job. Moving wasn’t hard. I only owned enough to fill half a suitcase…” – from Factotum by Charles Bukowski

I’m pleased announce that I have some work showing at the Red Lion in Shoreditch from next week. The exhibition itself is also part of Photomonth, which launches at the end of this week – details can be found on http://2010.photomonth.org/

The show features work from the ‘Parallels’ project, a kind of photographic ‘chinese whispers’ in which a series of images were made in response to each other with the starting point a line from a Charles Bukowski novel. My contribution to the project was shot whilst I was in Budapest, and the collaborative nature of the project was great fun whilst I was away from London.
More info is here: http://www.londonphotography.org.uk/satellites/2010/10/04/shoreditch-parallels-project-and-group-exhibition/

The show also doubles as the second annual show for the Shoreditch branch of London Independent Photography, and I also have two 24″x20″ prints from my recent series ‘Where I end and you begin’ for sale in the show.

Private view is on Thursday Oct 7 from 7pm at the Red Lion Free House (1st floor), 41 Hoxton St, N1 6NH and all are welcome!

And just a quick reminder that the TVU MA show ‘Close to you’ is still on at the PM gallery, Ealing, until October 2nd.

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