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Spitalfields Market Portraits Exhibition - Photographs of antiques market traders by Jeremy Freedman

Thursday 12th April 2012 9:30am - Friday 27th April 2012 5:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Exhibition, Free Event

In 2010 the East End culture blog www.spitalfieldslife.com published a weekly series of profiles telling the stories of the traders in the Spitalfields Antiques Market accompanied with vibrant images by photographer Jeremy SpitalfieldsFreedman. The result is a distinguished body of portraiture, recording the diverse personalities who come together to create London's pre-eminent weekly antiques market.
A handsome new book entitled Spitalfields Life has now been published alongside the profiles, written by The Gentle Author and published by Saltyard Books - an imprint of Hodder & Stoughton. Foyles Gallery is delighted to host an exhibition celebrating the book's release.

Venue: The Gallery at Foyles, Charing Cross Road
Opening Hours: 12th -27th April (Mon - Sat 9.30am - 5pm, Sun 11.30am - 6pm)
*Please note that the Foyles Gallery may be closed when instore events are taking place. Please email gallery@foyles.co.uk for further information.

 

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