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RPS Members Summer Exhibition | Call for entries now open | Enter your work

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Members’ Outdoor Exhibition

Landscape Group Members’ Outdoor Exhibition 2022


The RPS Landscape Group is holding an outdoor exhibition of members’ work across a number of major cities.  Having opened in central Edinburgh’s St Andrew Square, then followed at the riverside at York Museum Gardens, the event is running at the main entrance of Southwark Cathedral from Sunday 8th January until Tuesday 31st January 2023.  It is wonderful to have a Central London location on South Bank of the River Thames (between London Bridge and The Cutty Sark, adjacent to Borough Market).

The exhibition comprises 61 prints on 22 panels: a run of almost 24 metres of landscape images. This is a great opportunity to show a range of members’ images to a wider audience, and not just the physical display: in the Gallery you will find the images that will be on display and links to the websites for those exhibiting photographers who have them. 

Thank you to the variety of volunteers from the Landscape Group and various RPS Regions for the help in mounting this multi-city exhibition. 

Atacama Volcanoes By Dave Barrett  LRPS
CREDIT: Dave Barrett LRPS

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The exhibition on display at Dame Judi Dench Walk in York 26th June - 10th July 2022.

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The exhibition at St. Andrew Square in central Edinburgh on 22nd May - 18th June 2022

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The images of the exhibition in Edinburgh were kindly take by Colin Balfour