So it’s that time again, another photography exhibition. This one is by 50 photographers who are part of the Bristol Flickr group. I helped curate the show and I can tell you now its looking awesome! I’ve even managed to get a couple of my own photos accepted.
If you want to check out some amazing diverse photography head over to The Photo Gallery, Photographique, 31 Baldwin Street, Bristol, BS1 1RG from Friday 16th April – Wednesday 21st April for some really treats! Rumour has it there might even be cake.
Press release follows……
We are pleased to announce a curated exhibition of some of the best images from members of Bristol’s online photography community, the Bristol Flickr group.
flickLgraphique is the result of a partnership between the Bristol Flickr group and Photographique, Bristol’s premier photography shop in the heart of the city. The exhibition is a showcase of some of the best photography produced by 50 members of the Bristol Flickr group. There’s something for everyone: from street to studio, mystical trees, quirky angles and striking portraits, urban action night and day, with kites, bikes, trains and tiny details in between. What unites all of these pictures is that the people who took them call Bristol their home.
Flickl is the name given to exhibitions organised by Bristol-based users of Flickr, the online photo sharing community, because Bristolians know that all words sound better with an L on the end!
flickLgraphique is the third event to be organised the Bristol Flickr group. It follows last year’s successful exhibition, Flickl II: An Eye for Colour, held at the Theory Café in Millennium Square, and the inaugural flickL exhibition held at the CREATE Centre in 2006. The Bristol Flickr group currently has more than 2,000 members who meet on and offline to share experiences, photographic and otherwise; membership is open to all irrespective of background or experience. flickLgraphique is our way of showcasing the amazing diversity of the group.
Visit flickLgraphique, 16-21 April 2010, at The Photo Gallery, Photographique, 31 Baldwin Street, Bristol, BS1 1RG.