In the past week several sources have discussed the new Photographer Gallery exhibition on Jacques Henri Lartigue and his wife, Bibi. The exhibition runs until January 2014 A number of photographs taken in London show Bibi at recognisable London spots. However the one shown below has its location uncredited. To me its
Matilda the milkmaid This sculpture must be the Regent’s Park Arts Frieze most unknown contribution! Ignored by hordes of Frieze art lovers passing by, it was only being noticed when people spotted me taking photographs….. Please, I’m thirsty, filthy, no-one loves me… In 1878 Joseph Durham sculpted this bronze milkmaid.
London Palladium, in Argyll Street, just off Regent Street/Oxford Circus Fifty Years ago the Beatles appeared at the London Palladium – and so began the height of ‘Beatlemania.’ The date? Sunday 13th October 1963. Palladium performance October 1963 – Pic from 103.7TheLoon The Palladium slot was a Sunday night live
The final part of the article covering the Shoreditch Streets Portraiture project. To recap, the project ran throughout most of 2002, taking in many iconic areas around London’s East End. The final selection of photographs were exhibited at the Spitz gallery near Liverpool Street in November 2002. Donna is the one
Trainspotting author Irving Welsh poses for the cameras. Yesterday saw the London premiere of the new film #Filth, based on the Trainspotting author Irving Welsh’s novel at the Odeon Leicester Square. The movie stars James McAvoy, Jim Broadbent, with Imogen Poots and Joanne Froggatt. James McAvoy at the Leicester Square