Exhibited in London…

Posted on November 28, 2021 by Admin under Uncategorized

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For four days in November, 39 photographers came together to display their best work at the Bargehouse Gallery, just next to the OXO Tower on the Southbank in London.

Lister “Knobbly” Jaguar, Goodwood. Photograph by Charles Woollam

We were delighted to be part of this year’s exhibition which was the first time it’s been held for two years. The breadth of talent on show was exhilarating and the ability of the photographers represented was very high. Themes ranged from landscape to portrait with travel, street and social commentary thrown in for good measure.

Charles and Andrew struggled with their selection; at first having difficulty refining their options down from 30 – far too many for our wall space – and then finding fault with every single photograph. Eventually we settled on 10 photographs which, we thought, combined some technical skill with impact and striking colours. Each also meant something to the photographer that took it.

Goodwood Revival 2021 on 17 18 Sept 2021. Photo by Andrew Waller.

Thank you to those brave souls who visited the exhibition and it was especially good to see those who came to see us on the Friday afternoon. We learnt a lot from the experience and really enjoyed the chance to meet other photographers and talk to everyone who stopped by our display about photos and cars. Seeing the photos enlarged in real life rather than on screens was amazing.

You can see the photos we displayed here.

Do get in touch if you have any feedback on the exhibition or would like to talk about any of the photos.

And here’s your reward for reading to the end… Some of the prints that were displayed have already gone to good homes but we will give away one of the remaining photographs displayed to the writer of the best email we get in response to this blog! Email details are here

London Photo Show, Bargehouse Gallery, Southwark, England on 12 November 2021. Photo by Andrew Waller.

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