Not A Drop in Bermondsey


Tomorrow and Sunday if you have time and can face going South of the River, ‘Not A Drop‘ is on at 47/49 Tanner Street, a Victorian warehouse with 3 floors of exposed brick walls and ex-industrial features, providing a unique and inspiring environment, home to contemporary arts organisation 47/49. Tanner St is a short walk from London Bridge station, and not far from Tower Bridge.


The event opens at 11am on Saturday 28th September with an exhibition over 3 floors, including film, sculpture, 2d visual art and performance, and is free until 6pm, with workshops for kids from 1-3pm. Later from 6pm to midnight there is an entrance fee of a fiver, for which you get expert talks, bands and live performance and contemporary music installations.


I’m not performing, but my pictures are, with a projection of 31 panoramic images from my Thames Gateway project, including most of those currently on show at the Museum of London Docklands in their 10th anniversary exhibition ‘Estuary‘ which continues until 27 October 2013.


Not A Drop will be an opportunity to see these pictures and more from the same project on a larger scale.


Not A Drop continues on Sunday 29th from 11am – 6pm, with free entry to the show and a number of film screenings. More details on the web site.

More of my work from Thames Gateway is in my book ‘Thamesgate Panoramas‘ which has a fairly extensive on-line preview, and you can download a PDF version with decently sized images for £4.49.  All the images in the book are from the south bank of the river, and I intend to bring out a second volume at some point. You can see some of the work made on both sides on the Urban Landscape web site.


My London Diary : Buildings of London : River Lea/Lee Valley : London’s Industrial Heritage

All photographs on this and my other sites, unless otherwise stated are by Peter Marshall and are available for reproduction or can be bought as prints.

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