This exhibition is the ninth in the series ‘Starting a Photography Collection. Ten Exhibitions in Ten Weeks’; an ambitious programme of weeklong exhibitions in the run-up to the Photo London fair this May. This specially curated series covers a wide spectrum of photography from the nineteenth century to the present. This one is an exhibition of two of England's leading photographers: John Blakemore and Paul Hill. The exhibition takes its title, Sundry Wanderings, from a phrase from William Wordsworth’s response to the landscape of Derbyshire and explores the central importance of this landscape to the varied practise of both Blakemore and Hill.
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