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The Photocopy Club, a photographic exhibition of photocopied work from global submissions will take place in 71a Gallery (The Church of London, 71A Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4QS) on June 21st, 7pm - 11.00pm and 22nd June, 10.30 - 5pm. You have until 18th June to submit your own photos for consideration Tickets to the exhibition are free but must be booked in advance, via the website below.
Website: The Photocopy Club
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The Photocopy Club, London June 21st 2012
The Photocopy Club, a photographic exhibition of photocopied work from global submissions will take place in 71a Gallery (The Church of London, 71A Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4QS), London on June 21st, 7pm - 11.00pm and 22nd June, 10.30 - 5pm. Tickets are free but must be booked in advance.
The brainchild of Brighton based curator and self-published photographer Matt Martin, The Photocopy Club is an innovative bi- monthly photography exhibition designed to take photography away from the Internet, and bring printed matter back in the hands of the public, making the art affordable and accessible.
Since its launch in November 2011, the exhibition, which takes place alternately in London and Brighton, has received entries from the farthest corners of the globe and garnered critical acclaim from some of the UK’s most respected art and culture magazines.
Deadline for submissions is 18th June.
For further information on the event and to book tickets visit -
For further information on The Photocopy Club contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Photocopy Club is supported by Create, Brighton’s newest creative studios. Matt Martin is one of the photographers based at Create.