Darshana Photo Art picture shortlisted for Taylor-Wessing Prize - again
I'm having Deja Vu . . . This Darshana Photo Art picture by Gerry McCulloch made it into the final shortlist for the prestigious Taylor-Wessing Portrait exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, but alas did not make it into the exhibition. Fromf around 2,200 entries, it made it into the final 150, with 60 pictures being selected for the exhibition. Never mind, its part of a selection of four pictures by Gerry McCulloch currently showing in the London Independent Photography exhibition.
Bizarrely the same thing happened to me last year with the above picture.
It feels a bit like Albion Rovers making it into the semi finals of the Scottish Cup two years running and going out in the penalty shoot-out on both occasions.
The Taylor-Wessing Portrait exhibition runs from 12th November until 21st February at the National Portrait Gallery. Entry costs £3.
Keywords: Albion Rovers, Darshana Photo Art, Gerry McCulloch, London Independent Photography, National Portrait Gallery, Taylor-Wessing
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