my london diary
still busy with things about the Cities show i curated and is now on - closed
on 9 dec
link to show
most of the big museums in London are free again, and I've been celebrating
by going to some of them. Friday afternoon it was the Victoria & Albert
where I dropped in to see the Japanese photography - great wall of crows
by Fukase. Sunday I did the Royal Observatory at Greenwich then went to
open the gallery for last day of the show and then had a quick trot around
the new exhibition on the history of London at the Museum of London before
dashing back to an end of show party.
some of my work gets put into nice organised websites.
this isn't meant to be like that, but you can see some of the
londons industrial history
and you can read what I think about photography at
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pictures by Paul Trevor and Peter Marshall in 'Cities of Walls, Cities of
People, at The Gallery, Cowcross St. Show also featured Derek Ridgers, Mike
Seaborne, Jim Barron, Paul Baldesare, Paul Mattsson and Chris Dorley-Brown.
Royal Observatory, Greenwich - Camera Obscura at right of picture
Opposite the Gallery in Cowcross St