I’ve photographed two exhibitions at the Wiener Library this summer. The Wiener Library is a wonderful archive for the holocaust and Nazi era. As well as being a great source of material for study around this era, the building in Russel Square also puts on exhibitions for viewing.
I photographed the summer exhibition on ‘Wit’s End: The Satirical Cartoons of Stephen Roth’ in June and later the reading room exhbition on German-Jewish fraternities from 1930.
My photographs were featured on Wiener Library’s social media streams.
See below for more photographs and see here for more information about the Wiener Library.
Today I ventured into Hackney Wick properly for the first time for Hackney Wicked Art Festival. Photography often provokes me to explore new places, but I have to confess I am not a great fan of this area and most of the art I saw. Nonetheless, it is a colourful place that comes across well on camera, so I am pleased with the photographs I took. (Which is fortunate as it means it wasn’t a complete waste of time!)
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