From 1861 onwards, Edinburgh
Photographic Society staged its own exhibitions.
number of prints entered for the exhibition varied over the years,
reaching a peak of 3994 in 1988. Hence the poem from Ko-ko:
Magic of Four Thousand
For advice to Members entering
prints into Exhibitions, Competitions and portfolios, see:
most recent Poem about EPS Exhibitions was written by “M” in 1992.
from an Exhibition
"Summer, Winter, Spring and Fall,
See them all at Merchant’s Hall."
is the Hall in Hanover Street at which EPS held its exhibitions from 1982
to 1995 -
only a few yards from the premises in Hanover Street where the
Photographic Society of Scotland held its first Exhibition in 1856.
a different perspective on Exhibitions, seeing them from a Selector’s
point of view, we have, from the Gilbert
and Sullivan section:
A Selector’ s Lot
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