For the second year running, I have been part of the 24Photography artist’s group, an annual photography exhibition documents New Year’s Day. As usual, the exhibition opened on 24th February. This year, there were around 500 people in attendance, with representation from various London newspapers.
As one of the photographers involved, we have embarked on an ambitious project that will span a generation, creating a pictorial social documentary to record what New Year’s Day represents – not only as a one off event – but also as an on-going and developing catalogue of what the end of one year and beginning of another comes to represent over time.
For my entry this year, I wanted to prove to myself that my work was not about the technology but what you do with it. So, I chose to shoot all of my work on a Nokia N8 phone. None of the guests could believe that a phone was able to take such clear images.
The exhibition is running for 24 days in Berkeley Square, Mayfair. Nearest tube station is Green Park. Please pop along and take a look.
24Photography website: http://www.24photography.org/
Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/#!/group.php?gid=6072707497
Facebook event information: http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=181781975193369
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- Telegraph Arts & Entertainment
- Hotshoe International
- Time Out
- What’s On Guide
- Aesthetica Magazine
- Art Calendr
- Evening Standard
- The List
- Mayfair Times
- AOP IMAGE
- IN London – Highlight of the Month
- Amateur Photographer Magazine
- Evening Star – Double Page Spread
- Ham and High Express
- EADT – Double page Spread Photo Essay
- Hammersmith and Kensington Times
- Hackney Gazette
- Westminster Chronicle