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Johnnie Shand Kydd at The Wapping Project Bookshop

October 20, 2010 by Kay

Tomorrow evening come and settle in The Wapping Project Bookshop to hear a one off talk by acclaimed photographer Johnnie Shand Kydd...

Johnnie Shand Kydd is well known for his portraits of infamous friends, but ten years ago he set out on an all together different project - to photograph the streets of Naples, capturing the corruption and drama, the traditions and cultures, that unfold around each street corner.  "Every street and piazza is a stage, with the neapolitan people responding to the camera lens in a very unique way." For this special talk the legendary documentary photographer will be talking about his latest work and signing copies of his beautiful book Siren City, published by Other Criteria.

Event date: Thursday 21st October Start time: 7.30pm Venue: The Wapping Project Bookshop, Wapping hydraulic power station, Wapping wall, London, E1W 3SG The talk is FREE with the purchase of any book on the night, or £5 per person. Spaces: Allocated on a first to reply basis and must be saved in advance by emailing lydia.fulton@mac.com Getting there: The nearest station is Wapping on the east London line. Buses 100/d3 also stop nearby.

Paul Priestman @ the beautifully intimate Wapping Project Bookshop