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Friday, November 04, 2011

Sense the City Photographic Display; Call for Entries : London Transport Museum & Londonist

How would you like to have your photographs on display at London Transport Museum next year? The museum will be running a display of 50 images in conjunction with
Londonist to create a gallery that "captures the hustle and bustle of London, and the activity that helps make London flourish and thrive."

Old Street London Underground Station

50 shortlisted images will be displayed at London Transport Museum from Saturday 21 January to Sunday 18 March 2012. The photos must be contemporary and can be submitted to the Flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/sense_the_city/ by 2nd December 2011. Each person can submit up to three images for consideration.

London Transport Museum added: "A panel of experts will judge the photographs and shortlist the top 50 entries. The shortlisted entrants will be invited to a private view featuring their photographs on Friday 20 January 2012. Three final entries will be will be selected for special commendation by our advisory panel - Clive Birch (Visiting Tutor on the Royal College of Art’s Vehicle Design Programme) and Johanna Empson (Talks and Events Programmer at the Photographers Gallery), and announced at the event."
Dan Dare on the Tube

The photography project was inspired by Sense and the City: one of the best exhibitions I had seen at London Transport Museum. As well as having an excellent collection of images & artefacts from the past about how transport might look in the future, the exhibition also posed questions about mobility, society and work in the London over the next decade, and compared that with past visions of the future.

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