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3 x free photography exhibitions

Ok so I was wondernig if anyone would like to join me this sunday for a few events, the more the merrier!

Firstly, there are two exhibitions at Somerset House in central london which have been receiving amazing reviews:
Henri Cartier Breeson: A Question of Colour, featuring photos from the seminal french photograper pitted alongside more recent photography
Also at Somerset House is Tim Walker: Story Teller
Time Out on Tim walker: story teller 'A major exhibition of photographer Tim Walker's work. The show presents Walker's strange world of dream-turned-reality, with prints of his most famous works, his short films (shown via tiny camera view-finders), and his most jawdropping props - some of which are more nightmarish than dreamlike. Be warned'

Then its a short but scenic walk across Waterloo Bridge to the South Bank Centre for more photography (as well as a free afternoon jazz gig if your interested). The exhibition is the World Press Photo award exhibition
I have seen this annual exhibition on previous occasions and it is endlessly fascinating and usually pretty powerful and moving too, as the official blurb goes it 'brings together award-winning photographs from around the world which capture the most powerful, moving and sometimes disturbing images of the year.'
[after this I'm sticking around for the jazz gig which is right beside the exhibition and starts at 2pm, and is part of the London Jazz Festival.
You're very welcome to join me!
The gig features a few groups and it is being recorded by Radio 3 for later broadcast which is a pretty good seal of quality.
It takes place in the Clore Ballroom at the South Bank Centre, which is a lovely spot for music, and is situated right next the venue's swanky bar, although we would have to arrive there in good time to get a good spot (ie seats)as I'm sure it will be a busy event
Amongst others on the lineup it features french piano sensation Yaron Herman, here is playing a jazz version of Britney Spear's Toxic, which has to be seen to believed!- ]

If anyone wants to join me for any of this click on attend and i'll post up meeting arrangements closer to the time!

And yes, you did read correctly in the activity title above, this is all completely and totally FREE - all three of the exhibitions and the gig, London can be good like that

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  • A former member
    A former member

    For anyone interested in coming I'm meeting people at 11am at the Southern entrance to Somerset House, the one that faces the Thames and is on the Victorian Embankment road (not the Northern entrance on the Strand). I will be wearing a tartan-esque flat cap, and a dark waterproof coat. If you have trouble for whatever reason, or can only join later on in the day, my mobile is[masked]

    November 18, 2012

  • Bertie

    hi there, looks like i might be there. i already saw tim walker but would like to do it again.

    November 17, 2012

  • Otilia

    I would love to, but I cannot do it on Sundays! I saw the Tim Walker: A storyteller exhibition and it was very interesting. Just let me know if you do something like that som other day!

    November 14, 2012

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