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Sat, 11 Mar

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The Margate School

8 by Eight

8 of the UK’s pre-eminent street and documentary photographers come together to present a collaborative exhibition and print sale at The Margate School

8 by Eight
8 by Eight

Time & Location

11 Mar 2023, 19:00 – 23 Mar 2023, 12:00

The Margate School, 31-33 High St, Margate CT9 1DX, UK

About the Event

Exhibition Open

Saturday 11 March 2023, 7pm to 11pm

Sunday 12 to Saturday 18 March, 10am to 4pm

Sunday 19 March, 11am to 4pm

Monday 20 to Wednesday 22 March, 10am to 4pm

Thursday 23 March, 10am to 12noon

Saturday 18 March, 12noon to 4pm - Photo Walk with David Babaian - email me@davidbabaian.com to book

This exhibition draws together 8 of the UK’s pre-eminent street and documentary photographers to present a collaborative exhibition and print sale at The Margate School. Works from Craig Whitehead, Dan Baker, Mark Fearnley, David Babaian, Luke Saxon, Roman Fox, Matt Hall and Clem Onojeghuo will be on display across 8 walls at The Margate School’s gallery on Margate High Street. 

You are invited to attend the launch event for the exhibition and print sale at 7pm on Saturday 11 March, the exhibition runs until midday on Thursday 23 March. 

Workshops and talks with the artists will also be held throughout the running time of the exhibition and bookings for these will be taken on the launch night. If you cannot make the launch but would like to take part in a workshop or a talk, please contact David Babaian to secure your place.

All artists will be donating 50% of sales proceeds towards the current fund raising campaign that the school is undertaking to secure its future as a unique and cherished liberal arts school and community in the town.

Image credit: Día de Muertos by David Babaian

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