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Glasgow Effect. Print Sale Fundraiser. SAT 17th Nov.

Posted in Uncategorized by humanendeavour photography on November 13, 2012

Human Endeavour Collective will be holding a unique print sale as part of the Brighton Photo Fringe closing party this Saturday night to raise funds for continued research and development, and to enable the continuation of the ‘Glasgow Effect’. All the architectural exhibition prints by Richard Chivers and Alex Currie will be for sale as part of unique fundraiser offering people the opportunity to own a unique print, at the same time helping the Human Endeavour Collective move forwards with their research, and enabling the progression of this project in the early stages of its development. All the prints have been beautifully hand printed on Kodak archival paper by local photographic specialists Endframe Photographic. Sized at 24 x 20”, each print will be signed and come with a certificate of authentication. Each print will be unique and will only be available as a one off, and won’t be available as part of a wider edition in this size. Prints will be sold on a first come served basis at £100 per print, however expressions of interest can be emailed to info@humanendeavour.co.uk for people not able to make the Brighton Photo Fringe closing party on Saturday night at Phoenix Arts. A full selection of the prints are available to view below. Prints will be available to collect on Monday 19th November, or can be mailed anywhere in the world for a nominal charge to cover the costs of postage and packaging. Please spread the word and thanks for taking the time to read this and participate in Human Endeavour’s activities.

Phoenix Brighton

10-14 Waterloo Place,

Brighton, BN2 9NB

All the Photographs below will be on sale.

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  1. tinawb said, on November 14, 2012 at 7:52 pm

    Until you’ve been to a place like this, you really cannot appreciate the povery and depravation some people have to live in. Loving the photos.


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