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| Photographic Gallery | Mal Woolford's Still Still Far Wide | PV 6-9pm Thurs 29th Nov | Open 12-6pm Fri 30th & 12-4pm Sat 1st Dec
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Vital Old Kent Road Feb 17
Another week has passed and still nothing from Southwark. Facts that should have been on the table 4 years ago, to inform the OKR plan making process, are still not visible.
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Jim Mortram Feb 3
Got a lovely letter from a cool student today, the Q was “How to build more personal relationships” a genuine, sincere Q that I’m often asked. Here’s my answer.
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Side Gallery Feb 2
There’s been an incredible buzz here today about ’s ‘Small Town Inertia’ ; we hope comments such as these from visitors will encourage even more people to see this extraordinary & powerful piece of social documentary >
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The Magic Gallery Jan 8
Replying to @JAMortram
It's not just the ink reservoir full is it? Easy to sort if it is
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Side Gallery Jan 8
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The Magic Gallery Nov 27
Excited for Mal Woolford's 'Still Still Far Wide' photographic exhibition, opens this Thurs 29th, PV 6-9pm, then Fri 30th 12-6pm and Sat 1st Nov 12-4pm. For events see
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Shutter Hub Nov 26
On 1st December, at 4pm, to mark the end of the Mal Woolford's beautiful exhibition, Still Still Far Wide, will host a conversation between Shutter Hub's and Come and join us! Book your space and find out more:
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Shutter Hub Nov 23
Part of the 's haunting photographic show "Still Still Far Wide", the is pleased to host a conversation between Karen Harvey (Curator, and Director of Shutter Hub) and photographer and filmmaker Mal Woolford. Read more >
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Shutter Hub Nov 21
Part of the 's haunting photographic show "Still Still Far Wide", the is pleased to host a conversation between Karen Harvey (Curator, and Director of Shutter Hub) and photographer and filmmaker Mal Woolford. Read more >
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Shutter Hub Nov 15
Part of the 's haunting photographic show "Still Still Far Wide", the is pleased to host a conversation between Karen Harvey (Curator, and Director of Shutter Hub) and photographer and filmmaker Mal Woolford. Read more >
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Giles Duley Oct 9
"We cook together then sit to eat in the blackened kitchen. For a moment there are smiles and laughter and Karim and Lama are children again. But soon that moment of light fades; for this house, like this city, is a place of ghosts."
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The Magic Gallery Oct 5
Mick Williams Celebration at the Cass .. what a man, what a photographer
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Jim Mortram Sep 24
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Tim Richmond Sep 21
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Paula Froelich 🤔 Aug 15
Just so we all don’t forget what the fuck were fighting for:
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Del Barrett Jul 29
Our photographers are changing the world and we want the rest of the world to know it. Please RT and help us spread the word.
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Jim Mortram Jul 5
*ships globally. I spent a decade documenting those in my community enduring the brutality of Our town is just like yours. Their is real. Please share. Inc @LewisKayBush
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The Magic Gallery Jun 25
Just 2 days until we host 'Presence Dear' Liza Jane Persky's wonderful intimate look at 70's New York punk scene. Come and join us, meet the artist and have a drink on Wednesday evening. 27 June 17:00 - 20:30 for One Night Only
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The Magic Gallery Jun 18
Unseen images of a vanished era: Lisa Jane Persky's photographs of her life in the punk and punk-era theater scenes of downtown NYC. Featuring Divine, Debbie Harry, and many more. For one night only Thurs 25th June, 17:00 - 20:30 with at Magic Gallery
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