Sent: 18 October 2007 10:32
Subject: SEFAN:2007-10-18:02.MORRIS DANCER
IN MAJOR EXHIBITION
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Date: 18 October 2007 10:09:16 BDT
Subject: Press release for
Please find attached the details of an exhibition in London where one of my
pictures of a morris man has been selected for display.
MORRIS DANCER IN MAJOR
‘For many centuries people have
believed that the ominous significance of a particular object or occurrence
could alter their future circumstance’.
Could this be applied to the
black face of a Border Morris Dancer?!
In the summer of this year, Fuji
film invited members of the Association of Photographers to use their Neopan
black and white film to portray their own interpretation of
‘superstition’. As well
as the creative idea, entries had to show the photographer’s skill in using
black and white film and printing techniques.
Mick Duff, who regularly takes
photographs for Towersey Village Festival, chose to photograph the blacked-up
face of Colin Stubbs, a member of Rabble Folk
His entry has been selected for
the exhibition of best work.
The Association of Photographers
October – 3rd November
Monday – Friday 10.00 am – 6.00
Penny Allen - General Manager
Anthony John Allen - Chair of the board
SOUTH EAST FOLK ARTS
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89 Hollingbury Park Avenue, Brighton, BN1
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