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JohnHindeCollection Apr 4
Here's an original restored photograph of ! Would love to visit one day!
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Roy Mehta Mar 28
Thank you to for inviting me this evening to talk at The Photographers Gallery about the links between personal and commissioned work
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Julie watson Aug 11
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JohnHindeCollection Nov 26
Evening at the Lido, Cliftonville, Margate by Elmar Ludwig. The postcard vs the original restored transparency.
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The King of Soho Oct 17
Heading over to this evening for the launch of ‘Shot in Soho’. We are the drinks sponsors with and 📸🍸🎩 Shot in Soho will be exhibiting from 18/09/19 - 09/02/20
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Julie watson Aug 11
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Louise Hagger Nov 16
Completely chuffed to be featured on website & asked to do their ❤️ is such an iconic photography gallery and has been a source of inspiration for years with the work that they…
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Mark Edwards Feb 15
So pleased to give a talk about my work at the Photographers Gallery today and to review other photograohers work at Portfolio Friday. Thank you everyone
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Diafragma5.6Radio Mar 1
Repost ・・・ Hello, this is the Gordon Parks Foundation () on for . We're sharing from Parks' expansive archive. Through his…
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julia royse Jul 9
‘Pop-ular: Urban Impulses 1959-2016’ a terrific show of Latin American photography including this beauty from 1975 by Brazilian @ The…
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CJ Clarke Jun 6
Repost from - Hello this is on for . ⠀ Much of my film work continues with a focus on youth and identity, however, I increasingly gravitate towards the…
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CJ Clarke Jun 5
Repost from - Hello this is on for . I took up photography when I was 15 because I wanted to make films. For me photography and filmmaking have always been a…
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ConcreteComms Nov 20
Connor Loves , an exhibition of food photography currently being shown at exploring how food is represented in
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JohnHindeCollection Sep 20
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JohnHindeCollection Oct 29
wOw! That's quite different from the John Hinde original of Cliffs of Moher! Also probably 60 years apart!
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JohnHindeCollection Nov 28
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jeremy ackman Nov 19
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JohnHindeCollection Dec 2
Have we mentioned 'Nothing to Write Home About' - a brilliant book of John Hinde postcards and the real unedited messages on backs? Available
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