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FREE Photo Exhibition Space for Photographers

Camden High Street London

We have space available in ou Camdren High Street Studio/Lab in London for exhibiting the work of amateur and professional photographers alike. If you would like to see your photographic work exhibited at a prime London location on Camden High Street contact us for photographic exhibition details and dates. So, if you would seriously like to raise your photographic profile in London get in touch with us and start organising your own London Photographic Exhibition in Camden High Street.

KodakHow it works

  • Photo exhibitons usually run for a month
  • Any printing required is done at cost
  • We organise an opening night with drinks and nibbles
  • We ask you to publicise your own exhibition on the web
  • We ask you to contact local press who may be interested

Schools Offer

We are keen to hear from any London primary and senior schools who would like to exhibit pupils work - all printing and graphics for the exhibition will be done FREE OF CHARGE by us. This is a great way for schools to showcase students work - Call us now on 0207 387 9882 to book your space

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Recent Exhibitions and Press Coverage

Click on the TV Screens below to see Video Clips of ITV and BBC Press Coverage of our Exhibitions

Our exhibitons sometimes attract the attention of the local press - it often depends on the subject matter of the exhibition. One huge success story was the exhibition by London cab driver Dominic Shannon AKA Cabarazzi which ran as a news item on ITV and BBC and also attracted huge global interest

Flat Screen TVRecent Exhibitons

  • stART - Street Art Exhibition by Hungarian photographer Ida-Pap
  • Cabarazzi - An Exhibition by London Cab Driver Dominic Shannon
  • BLOOD LUST - An Exhibition by vicars daughter Arabella Clarke
  • Seen Better Days - Exhibition by Lebanese Photographer Leila Jannoun
  • Latin Music Festival - Music Photographer Sally Evans
  • Many schools exhibiting their pupils work

Radio Coverage

Vicars daughter, Arabella Clark attracted lots of interest with her Blood Lust exhibition
and did several interviews with local radio up and down the country.

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