Sight seeing: London street photography – in pictures

Sight seeing: London street photography – in pictures

A woman waits at a temporary bus stop on Kingsland Road, east London, 2010 Photograph: Mimi Mollica

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Ian Berry - Man with his daughter and kitten in London's East End (1972)…

Ian Berry - Man with his daughter and kitten in London's East End (1972)…


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Never stop enjoying it.Try and not “look” for pictures but keep yourself always open and allow yourself to be stimulated by whatever hits you.Work towards a goal…book... exhibition… but more importantly work towards finding your own voice.Accept that your work is more about you than what you represent, try to bridge that balance. In other words try and translate personal experience into a collective one, it is very possible and I think the key quest of any art form

Never stop enjoying it.Try and not “look” for pictures but keep yourself always open and allow yourself to be stimulated by whatever hits you.Work towards a goal…book... exhibition… but more importantly work towards finding your own voice.Accept that your work is more about you than what you represent, try to bridge that balance. In other words try and translate personal experience into a collective one, it is very possible and I think the key quest of any art form

Acta Est was the first book by French photographer-artist Lise Sarfati. Composed…

1990s Russian Youth by Lisa Sarfati

Acta Est was the first book by French photographer-artist Lise Sarfati. Composed…

20th anniversary of the end of Apartheid this month. Shot by Ian Berry

20th anniversary of the end of Apartheid this month. Shot by Ian Berry

Photo by Ian BERRY - South Africa, 1994, the same year Apartheid officially ended - http://www.ianberrymagnum.com - #BwLovedByPascalRiben

Photo by Ian BERRY - South Africa, 1994, the same year Apartheid officially ended - http://www.ianberrymagnum.com - #BwLovedByPascalRiben

Location unknown, possible Morcambe, 1967 – 68 by Tony Ray-Jones, © National Media Museum

Location unknown, possible Morcambe, 1967 – 68 by Tony Ray-Jones, © National Media Museum

Only in England: Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr - Science Museum, London.

Only in England: Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr - Science Museum, London.

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