This gallery contains 78 photos.
There are almost no charity shops in Paris, so people who want to pass on a pair of shoes often leave them in the street for someone to take. These shoes are photographed exactly as I found them. This series … Continue reading
This gallery contains 16 photos.
This gallery contains 15 photos.
The French word <canivaux> means the gutter. In Paris, every day, street sweepers (wielding lurid green plastic versions of the witch’s ‘besom’ broom) block off the gutters near to drains using carefully crafted mini dams made of rolled up carpet … Continue reading
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London Independent Photography’s Greenwich group is holding its Third Annuale, at the Viewfinder Gallery (in Greenwich, naturally), starting on Thursday 12 August: http://www.viewfinder.org.uk/exhibitions/upcoming.html There is a press release: http://ymlp.com/z8dAIE and also a catalogue, available online for £1 http://www.viewfinder.org.uk/shop/index.html#thirdgreenwichannuale This is … Continue reading
Next Wednesday morning (4 August), at the Urban Photography Summer School (Goldsmiths, University of London), I’ll be presenting my work on ‘abandoned objects’ found in the streets of Paris. http://www.gold.ac.uk/calendar/?id=3759 The work is called ‘Paris Traces’ and includes three main … Continue reading