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At Bob Mazzer’s Launch

June 15, 2014
by the gentle author

We had a grand celebration on Thursday when we launched Bob Mazzer’s UNDERGROUND and opened his debut exhibition at Howard Griffin Gallery in Shoreditch on the same night with a party fuelled by Truman’s Beer. For Bob, it was the culmination of forty years taking pictures on the tube and a moment of triumph that he exalted by skylarking in the gallery and tossing his hat in the air, as captured by Colin O’Brien – Bob’s pal and fellow Spitalfields Life Contributing Photographer.

Singer Henrietta Keeper & Photographer Patricia Niven

Photographer Phil Maxwell & Filmmaker Hazuan Hashim

Robson Cezar, King of the Bottletops

Richard Howard Griffin, Gallery Owner

Rose Pomeroy & Vicky Stewart, Booksellers

4 Responses leave one →
  1. June 15, 2014

    Looks wonderful, love the gallery, and very pleased to see so many people came. These are times when I am sorry not to be living nearer. Congrats to Bob Mazzer! Valerie

  2. June 15, 2014

    What a grand show I’ve missed! And Bob Mazzer turned out to be a real funster…!

    Love & Peace
    ACHIM

  3. June 15, 2014

    Twas a top night! And if you missed it, you must go to see the exhibition – it is a fascinating trip down memory lane if you knew London in the 80s or a great cultural insight if you didn’t.

  4. Moy Peralta permalink
    June 15, 2014

    The work is lovely, Bob… the decisive moments :-) Wished I could’ve been there.

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