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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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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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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
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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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Protect Mueller Jun 21
See my photographs of the 1970s NYC Underground on view in The London Underground: on Wednesday, June 27. Bring your cool because it's gonna be hot. One night only! Divine
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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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ICYMI this was last night under Arch
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The Magic Gallery May 6
Photographic artist Elizabeth Brown shows work from her series ‘Turmeric’, exploring its uses in Hindi rituals and for health purposes. Join us Wed 16th - Sat 19th May, 10.30am - 6pm, Thurs ‘til 8pm Or the Vernissage: Wed 16th, 9-12am Just a few minutes walk from Photo London
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Cheryl Newman May 5
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The Magic Gallery May 4
Photographer Del Barrett, in upcoming 'Surface Tension' exhibition, looks at snowglobes, the epitome of kitsch and yet the ultimate in paradox. They may appear to be souvenirs of happy holidays, but further exploration reveals a rather more sinister metaphor. image © Del Barrett
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