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GIRL TOWN Exhibition

On Thursday 6th October 2016, Shutter Hub and the Old Girl’s Club launched GIRL TOWN Exhibition at London Photomonth, and I’m very proudly part of it.

Pensive woman seated in a conservatory with a green garden in the background and a helmet, shoes and pot of flowers around her
Girl Town – Back from the office, © Silvia Maggi

GIRL TOWN is a selected exhibition of photography celebrating the culture of the female in the 21st Century. It’s been curated through Instagram, so it is possible to see all the entries by exploring the hashtag #girltownPM. The selected 200 photos are visible at the lovely St Margaret’s House, London, until 1st November 2016.

GIRL TOWN is also a series of talks, meetups, films screenings. Programme and other information here. The exhibition already got very good press and, the night of the opening, it was announced that next year it’ll be going to Tel Aviv. I couldn’t have imagined a better result!

About Shutter Hub

Shutter Hub is a community and online resource for photographers, providing opportunities for photographers to promote their work, network, receive support, develop themselves professionally, and exhibit their work both online and in exhibitions.


About the Old Girls’ Club

The Old Girl’s Club is committed to supporting women in photography and lens-based creative media.

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