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  • John Hassall Exhibition

    Accompanying the publication of John Hassall, a selection of his work will be on display at the Heath Robinson Museum from Saturday 22nd May to Sunday 29th August 2021. Curated by author Lucinda Gosling, the exhibition seeks to explore key aspects of Hassall’s work, and to celebrate the life of this extraordinary artist a century on from his...

  • Mark Adlington Exhibition

    Mark Adlington, the artist behind Lion, will be displaying work from the book at the John Martin Gallery. The exhibition will be open from 10th May to 28th May 2021 and is being held in collaboration with Pride Lion Conservation Alliance. For more information about the exhibition click here.

  • Lee Miller: Fashion in Wartime Britain Exhibition

    Farley's House and Gallery will be hosting an exhibition to accompany the release of Lee Miller: Fashion in Wartime Britain. Open from 20th May until 8th August 2021, the exhibition focuses on Lee Miller’s fashion photography in Britain during the war. Many of the works included have not been seen since they were published in British Vogue...

  • MacDonald Gill Virtual Seminar with The Sign Design Society

    The Sign Design Society will be hosting a virtual seminar with Caroline Walker, author of MacDonald Gill, where she will talk about her great-uncle MacDonald 'Max' Gill and his artistic legacy. The event will be held on Thursday, 25 February 2021 at 6.00pm.

    For more information and details on how to book, click here.

  • Faith in the City of London Exhibition Extended

    Photographer Niki Gorick's outside exhibition of photos from her book Faith in the City of London at Aldgate Square, London has been extended to 22nd December. The work was previously displayed at Paternoster Square, London. Copies of the book are available at local bookshops and tourist information centres, for more information about the...

  • Sophie Chang Exhibition

    Sophie Chang’s solo exhibition to accompany new book Truth and Beauty will be held at the Tainan Museum of Art in Taiwan from 30th Sept to 29th November.

  • Faith in the City of London Talk and Exhibition

    Photographer Niki Gorick will be giving a virtual talk about her new book Faith in the City of London on Wednesday 30th September. To book tickets or find out more information click here.

    Photos from the book will then be displayed in an outside exhibition at Paternoster Square, London from Saturday 3rd October until Wednesday 28th October and...

  • Thame Arts and Literature Festival

    Rachel Billington author of Clouds of Love and War and Anna Maggio author of Under the Olive Tree will be at this year's Thame Arts and Literature festival which will be a digital event this year. Anna Maggio will be giving a talk on Friday 16th October at 3.30pm and Rachel Billington will be in conversation with journalist Charlie Lee Potter...

  • On Assassinations at Petworth Festival

    Kenneth Baker, author of On Assassinations is due to take part in the live literary event from Petworth Festival on 31st October. Click here for more information.

  • Faith in the City of London Webinar

    Photographer Niki Gorick will be talking about her new book Faith in the City of London on Thursday 3rd September. To book tickets or find out more information click here.

    Niki will be giving another talk via Eventbrite on Wednesday 30th September.

  • Louise Poynton Special Guest for 50th Anniversary of the Partridge Family

    Louise Poynton, author of Cherish: David Cassidy - A Legacy of Love, has been invited as the special guest for VIRTUAL: PARTRIDGE 5-O: THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY on the 24th September, the eve of the 50th anniversary of The Partridge Family being aired in the USA.

    Click here for more information.  

  • London the Metamorphosis Exhibition

    Artist Anna Keen's new exhibition to accompany her book London the Metamorphosis opens on Wednesday 16th September until Monday 21st September 2020 at OXO Tower Wharf. The exhibition is part of the Totally Thames Festival. For more information click here.