As we mentioned recently (you can find out the full details HERE) we have been collecting submissions of people’s photos of Portsmouth’s iconic Tricorn for the upcoming Tricorn exhibition at Portsmouth City Museum. The submitted photos will form a community panel within the exhibition itself, helping to show the creative inspiration to local people the structure became. We have been overwhelmed with the response so far, receiving over 300 photos and some of them are quite simply stunning. Many people who have submitted photos took them whilst studying art and photography and the quality of the images is incredible.
The deadline for all submissions is now next Friday, the 7th February. If you could please dig out your negatives, dive through your old prints and look in old hard-drives for your photos and send them over that would be great. To find out how to submit give me a shout on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re also hoping to organise a few more Tricorn related events and activities throughout 2014, the 10th anniversary of it being demolished.
Photo by Russell Squires