08 Jun, 2009

Come to Portfolios

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Garry Owens of Agent Orange will be on of the photographers whose work can be seen at Portfolios

Our two-day Portfolios event starts tomorrow, June 9, giving you the chance to view thousands of photo­graphers’ and illustrators’ work, all under one roof

In addition to all the great work on show, there are talks from James Jarvis (June 9) and, in association with Colophon, a session on creating independent magazines (June 10) that will feature Karen Lubbock from Karen magazine and Danny Miller from Little White Lies, hosted by Jeremy Leslie. Tickets for both are still available here

We also have a session in tribute to the late great art director, photographer, director, author and all-round creative genius Paul Arden. This is sold out but we will be reporting on it here on the blog.

And there’s more. Throughout Portfolios, we’re running a photo­graphic project of our own using Seamus Ryan’s Booth­nation photo booth. Although designed to look and work like a regular photo booth, Ryan’s invention is a sophisticated photo­graphic studio kitted out with state of the art lighting, high end digital camera and even a wind machine. Everyone who comes along to Portfolios is invited to have their picture taken in the booth. We will then select the best for publication on the CR website and in a forthcoming issue of Monograph.

Portfolios is at Central Hall Westminster, London SW1. Opening hours: June 9 13:00 – 20:00 and June 10, 13:00 – 17:00. The RMT is doing its best to put the mockers on things with a possible tube strike but Central Hall is within easy walking distance of main line stations; Victoria, Charing Cross and Waterloo, plus buses 11, 24, 148 and 211 pass the door and buses 3, 12, 53, 53X, 77A, 88, 109, 159 and 453 stop nearby.


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