The Photographers’ Gallery is a real Aladdin’s cave with exhibitions spread over floors 3, 4, and 5, as well as a funky café on the ground floor. Downstairs in the basement there is an excellent shop selling not only all kinds of books about photography but also cameras and film. Next door to it is a room which serves a double function. Here you can buy top quality prints of works by photographers associated with the gallery – there’s a rotating display of great pictures by the cash till.
But three of the walls of this room are also taken up by rotating displays of new work by up and coming or established photographers.
For the next week or so there’s still time to catch a really nifty little exhibition (16 works in all) by five new and exciting women photographer-artists, titled Work in Process.
What the five have…
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