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Love Charing Cross Road Exhibition

Saturday 15th June 2013 9:30am - Friday 21st June 2013 5pm 107 Charing Cross Road Exhibition, Free Event

The Love Charing Cross Road Festival is almost upon us, and to mark the occasion we will be hosting an exhibition in the Gallery at Foyles that seeks to capture the colour, creativity and culture of one of London's iconic neighborhoods. We are inviting photographers of all levels to digitally submit their images - both new and old - of Charing Cross Road and Soho in the run-up to the show, for an exclusive chance to see your work included on our Gallery walls from the 15 - 21 June. The exhibition will be run in conjunction with our series of free WeLovePhoto walks and workshops, run by Anthony Epes.

More details about submissions can be found at the Cities at Dawn website.

Venue: The Gallery at Foyles, Charing Cross Road

Opening hours: Mon - Sat 9.30am - 5pm, Sun 11.30am - 6pm

Please note that:

  • The Gallery may be closed when instore meetings and events are taking place
  • Foyles cannot accept responsibility for the safety of any of the pieces displayed
  • Please provide digital copies only. Original work cannot be accepted
  • We cannot guarantee that work will be displayed. The Foyles Marketing Department and Management Team maintain right of refusal when it comes to displaying work, and if work is deemed offensive or does not comply with size or material restrictions then it will not be shown.



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