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Gallery: Photographic art is a simple matter of black and white for Suffolk Monochrome Group

17:33 12 June 2014

"Bridge at Flatford" by Jean Pain, which features in the monochrome photography exhibtion

"Bridge at Flatford" by Jean Pain, which features in the monochrome photography exhibtion

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A group celebrating and promoting black and white photography is holding an exhibition of its latest works.

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The Suffolk Monochrome Group was set up in 2009 to prevent the art of monochrome photography becoming lost in the age of digital, colour photographs.

Since then, members of the group have been holding exhibitions to demonstrate their skills and techniques with black and white pictures taken across East 
Anglia.

Their latest exhibition is taking place at Wingfield Barns in Diss. It opened on June 3 and runs until June 29. The gallery will be open from 10am to 4pm, Tuesday to Sunday, during that time and admission is free.

More than 60 images are on show during the exhibition and they will also be available to buy.

Many of the photographs on show have not been displayed before in public.

More information on the exhibition can be found on the group’s website, which is www.suffolkmonochromegroup.co.uk or by calling the gallery on 01379 384505.

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  • Link works if you remove the space. Correct Link:- http:www.suffolkmonochromegroup.co.uk

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    Ipswich Man

    Thursday, June 12, 2014

  • Shame the link doesnt work.

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