The key word, here, is in the title.
As I find out about the London Festival of Photography, I find that most exhibitions are over or about to end.
A couple of the exhibitions are running into the very beginning of July, such as Frederick Wilfred: London Photographs 1957-62, which I’ll try very hard to go to, but I’m not gonna be able to make Simon Roberts’s Let This Be a Sign which is a shame.
The British Museum is hosting a very small exhibition – Money in Bamako and London, which looks at money in what are essentially two very different worlds. Two contrasting worlds, as London, fresh from the Jubilee celebrations is preparing to host the Olympics, whilst Bamako awaits a return to normality following the coup in March.