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Photo Stories Exhibition

Saturday 16th July 2011 9am - Wednesday 31st August 2011 6pm 107 Charing Cross Road Exhibition

'Notes from the Underground' selected a number of photographs that they thought had the potential to inspire good writing, handed them over to a number of talented authors, and then asked the authors to each select one photograph and write a story around it. The finished stories, plus photographs, were passed to a designer, who arranged the pairings into superb artworks. The end result is the Photo Stories on display here..
Between them the 24 artists and photographers involved have notched up over 100 awards and we believe that they have produced some beautiful and original artworks with the stories from our hugely talented authors.
For enquiries, interviews and sales please email: photostories2011@gmail.com
To purchase a typograph go to www.photostories.myshopify.com
For more information on the exhibition go to nftuphotostories.tumblr.com

Venue: The Cafe at Foyles (1st Floor)

Tickets: Admission is free, no need to book.

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