Our friends at The Church of London, the creative agency and publishers of Huck and LWLies magazines have recently opened a new event space, shop and gallery, and have photo exhibition at the end of this week:
“The Photocopy Club are bringing their fourth photography exhibition to HUCK’s new 71a basement space in London, EC2A from June 21-22. The exhibition will feature the photocopied, signed and dated work of photographers from all over the world, including legendary skateboarder Jamie Thomas ,NYC street shooter Cheryl Dunn, Andrew Paynter, Mark Gonzales, Guy Pitchon, Richie Hopson, Marc Valleé Greg Funnell, Stu Smith, Liz & Max Haarala Hamilton and many more…Plus if you roll up on your skateboard on Thursday night (Go Skateboarding Day!) you might get a special present. It’s gonna be rad…
The exhibition was also open submission, which meant that anyone could send their work in to be included.
All artwork will be sold during the exhibition for between £2-£5 (depending on its size) to cover The Photocopy Club’s costs.”Source: Huck Magazine
“The 4th Photocopy Club exhibition, the 2nd London show since the Photocopy Club began in November 2011, and after a sell out show at Beach Gallery London, the venue is moving to ’71a’ brand new gallery space in the heart of Shoreditch run by the Church of London, who will open their doors for the first time at the beginning of June.
This exhibition will be the biggest yet for curator Matt Martin, running for only 2 days from the Thursday the 21st of June till the 22nd of June.
The exhibition will be open to the public from 11 AM on the Thursday 21st with a private view being held from 7pm in the evening” Source: www.thephotocopyclub.com