100 Faces of London



THE Exhibition 

The exhibition of 100 Faces of London was held at The Crypt Gallery, St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 4JJ, from:

Monday 11 June 2012 to Saturday 14 July 2012 (ie five weeks)

Crypt Gallery:  100 Faces of London Exhibition - 11th June to 14th July 2012 


The 100 Faces of London project is deeply indebted to:

ST MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS, for making available, at no charge, the Crypt Gallery space for a period of five weeks, for publicising the project, for featuring it as part of the major JOURNEYS exposition, and for all the help and guidance so freely contributed by several key members of staff.

EPSON UK LTD, for their handsome sponsorship of both this exhibition and the production of the Heritage Books through the generous donation of all the printing inks and paper stock required.

ALVITO RESOURCE LTD, for sponsoring the project in a variety of ways and particularly for making available all the photographic, lighting and associated studio equipment; the hardware and software used for image processing; and for the contribution of associated consumables.  All the images on display were printed on the company’s Epson Stylus Pro 3880, as were those contained in the Heritage Books.  The cost of binding and finishing these books was also generously met by Alvito Resource Ltd, as were all the costs related to the mounting of the exhibition, graphic design, publicity and associated costs.

Updated: 15 July 2012

The ‘Journeys’ Exposition was installed in the foyer of St Martin’s Crypt and was there until end of November 2012.  It featured ‘100 Faces of London’, including the Heritage Book (behind glass) and has proved to be useful pre-publicity for our exhibition.   

During the Official Opening of the Exhibition, on 12th June 2012, the Heritage Book was presented to Mr John Falconer of the British Library.  For more about this extraordinary volume and how it fits into the British Library’s Photographic Collection, click on ‘Heritage Book’ in the top menu or on the link below:

More about Heritage Book