I am excited that I have not just one, but two exhibitions to tell you about, both running over the next few weeks.
The first is the Guildhall Library exhibition in the City of London which I posted some information about earlier in the summer. The exhibition is open during normal library opening hours, and runs until 12 November 2014. It contains around 25 of my photographs, and more information can be found on the Guildhall Library’s website.
The second exhibition opens at Harrow Arts Centre on Thursday 18 September, and runs through until Friday 10th October. Again, it contains around 20 images from the project, many of them being exhibited for the first time. I shall be running a seminar alongside this exhibition on 2 October – people are invited to bring along and talk about their own WW1 artefacts in the first part of the seminar, after which I will share some more images from the project, and the stories behind them.
The good news is that both exhibitions are free to view, so if you get the chance to drop by please do let me know what you think. Prints from both exhibitions are available for sale, so just contact me if you would like any more information.