RPS London Region:  Bookworms November Meeting ONLINE

RPS London Region: Bookworms November Meeting ONLINE

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'Bookworms' regular Monthly Meeting. This month, Helen Wolstonecraft will introduce the work of Raymond Depardon.

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Tonight Helen Wolstonecraft will introduce the work of Raymond Depardon.

Raymond Depardon (born 1942) is a well-known photographer in France, particularly for his photography and film making in war zones, mainly in Africa, places such as Algeria and Chad, as well as Vietnam. In 1980 he was commissioned by The Sunday Times Magazine to take photographs in Glasgow for a feature on its rich and poor. The photographs he took were never published. However, over three decades later an exhibition of Depardon’s Glasgow work featured in an exhibition in Glasgow and a book was published in 2016. Helen will talk about the Glasgow photographs contained in this book.

Meetings of the Bookworm Club take place monthly, on the 3rd Wednesday of the month when a member of the Group introduces the work of a photographer of their choice. MEETINGS ARE FREE

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Being offered by Video Conference.

All Welcome but pre-registration is necessary. Groups are deliberately kept small to enable good conversation and exchange of ideas.

Joining instructions/links to the Video-Conference will be sent out before the meeting to those registered on this website. Any problems please e-mail the organiser.: LondonBookworms@rps.org

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