Inside this issue
Tim Parkin shares the daunting experience of planning a first ever exhibition
Amateur Photographer who plays with big cameras and film when in between digital photographs.
Photography exhibitions are fairly rare in this country. The venues that could typically host such exhibitions are usually dedicated to painted works and if you've tried to find an appropriate space yourself you've probably discovered that they get booked up for at least a year in advance.
So I was very surprised when I got a phone call on the second day of 2014 asking me if I would like to have an exhibition at the Ryedale Folk Museum - an exhibition space that has played host to Tate exhibitions including works by Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth.