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Reginald Van de Velde: Dereliction and Drones
We are delighted to welcome award-winning Belgian photographer Reginald Van de Velde.
Reginald specialises in architecture, but not with a conventional perspective, describing himself as “a vagabond for lost beauty, a chronicler of forgotten magnificence”. He finds tranquility, beauty and wonder in the patina of dereliction, geometry and abstract patterns.
Visitors are welcome, see ‘additional information’ for full details.
This week’s Cuppa & capture focusses on temperature. So long as we don’t have a late heatwave, “Cold” should give us plenty of choice.
It’s a Christmas Knockout
Our annual light-hearted elimination competition with John Saunders acting as master of ceremonies. Please see additional information for details about entering your images.
A festive social get-together with fellow members of the Club – this is what we’ve been waiting for all year!
Come along at 6.30pm for a warming cup of mulled wine at the Christmas Market in Parliament Street, York. As well as a rare opportunity, at least at the moment, for some socialising, you are also invited to take photographs on the theme of ‘Christmas Lights’, which you can do either before or after meeting up for a drink and a chat.
Brian Griffin: Made in the Black Country
We are excited to start 2022 by welcoming award-winning Professor Brian Griffin, one of the best-known photographers of his generation. Coming to prominence in the 1970s and 1980s, Brian is known for his surrealist photography of middle managers, contrasting with his gritty images of workers, iconic album covers and portraiture. His portraits include Don McCullin, Helen Mirren, David Hockney, Vivienne Westwood, Kate Bush, Bryan Ferry, Donald Sutherland, to name just a few.
Brian was named photographer of the decade by the Guardian in 1989 and his ‘A Broken Frame’ photograph was used by Life Magazine as the cover of a special edition ‘Great Photographs of the Eighties’. In 2013, he was awarded the Royal Photographic Society’s ‘Centenary Medal’ in recognition of his lifetime achievement in photography.
Visitors are welcome, please see ‘additional information’ for full details.