The work of the some of Britainu2019s most prominent photographers including the late Lord Lichfield is show at the Olympus Inheritance Exhibition, touring the UK this Spring.
The work of the some of Britain?s most prominent photographers including the late Lord Lichfield is show at the Olympus Inheritance Exhibition, touring the UK this Spring.
The exhibition will showcase the work of 22 photographers, in a range of genres including city landscapes by David Bailey and backstage shots of Oasis by Jill Furminovsky. The entire collection of images was taken using the Olympus SLR E-System, the first completely digital photography system.
Graeme Chapman, from Olympus UK said: ?We have gathered together an eclectic mix of photographers for the exhibition and the images we have received are a testament to their skill and eye for capturing a moment.?
In a special tribute to the late Lord Patrick Lichfield, a selection of photographs from his trip to Dubai will be on display.
The Olympus Inheritance Exhibition opened last Friday and will be touring nationwide until the 2nd of April. For more information contact Olympus on 020 7253 2772 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full dates of the exhibition are as follows:
February 17th – February 18th: The Music Room, 26 South Molton Lane, Mayfair.
February 28th – March 3rd: Reading College
March 7th – March 12th: Bournemouth University
March 14th ? March 19th: University of Wolverhampton
March 21st ? March 26th: Nottingham Trent University
March 28th ? April 2nd: Blackpool and The Flyde Photographic College
Picture Credit: Barry Lategan ? Moroccan Desert