What’s on at the Club tonight and soon
Tonight our guest speaker will be Roger Hance FRPS, showing his presentation entitled “Fours, Sixes, Eights …..”
Things to do this weekend
Steam train to pass through South London – Saturday 22 March 2014 12:20 pm – 4:00 pm
A note that the 35028 Clan Line steam train is to run one of its occasional day trips around South-London. A chance to see a steam train pass through stations, or watch from suitable sidelines.
Outbound: London Victoria 12:28 Clapham Junction 12:44 Barnes 12:54 Twickenham 13:06 Feltham Jn 13:09 Staines 13:18
Return: Purley 15:21 East Croydon 15:25 Selhurst 15:32 Clapham Junction 15:40 London Victoria 16:05
Shamil Tanna: Encore
Encore is the new exhibition from award-winning photographer Shamil Tanna. The images capture artists the moment directly after they have stepped off stage following a performance and features the likes of Jarvis Cocker, Brandon Flowers, Gary Numan and Mark Ronson amongst others. Photographed over several years, Encore is an on-going project that Shamil has shot at various music venues and festivals across the UK. The aim of the project is to capture the raw emotion of a live stage performance through a simple portrait taken within seconds of the artist leaving the stage. This unique project offers a rare view into the world of musicians by showing the emotional and physical effects that a live performance can have on them. It captures the elation, euphoria, and adrenaline of the moment. Encore offers its audience an intriguing and previously unseen view of the world’s favourite artists and rising stars.
PAGB e-News No. 110 and No. 111
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National Portrait Gallery – The Great War in Portraits on until 15 June 2014 – admission free
The Great War in Portraits features a range of visual responses to the war to end all wars and looks at the radically different roles, experiences and destinies of those caught up in the conflict through a selection of images of many of the individuals involved.
Proud Chelsea, London – Senna: Photographs by Keith Sutton on until 4 May 2014
To mark the 30th anniversary of his début, Proud Galleries, in partnership with Sutton Images and the Ayrton Senna Institute, presents the official Ayrton Senna exhibition, an exhilarating celebration of the man considered the world’s greatest racing driver.
The Photographers’ Gallery – Andy Warhol: Photographs 1976-1987 on until 30 March 2014
Black and white photographs taken in the last decade of the Pop Art pioneer’s life, showing photography to be at the centre of Warhol’s thinking, looking and making.
New FSLPS Website address
The new email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.