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Photography Workshop: Walking Pseudo Georgian London
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Photography Workshop: Walking Pseudo Georgian London

​Anthony Palmer leads a photo-walk exploring ubiquitous Georgian architectural styles on the streets of London.

A workshop and photowalk to explore the idea of the ubiquitous neo-Georgian building beginning at Pablo Bronstein’s exhibition at RIBA and then finding its reference points on the streets of London.

With Anthony Palmer.

This workshop starts at the RIBA before taking to the streets. Suitable for photographers at all levels, including beginners. Participants must bring equipment they are comfortable with including phones, tablets or cameras. Online booking essential.

This event is part of the Pablo Bronstein: Conservatism, or the Long Reign of Pseudo-Georgian Architecture exhibition.