c. Peter Goodbody
Liverpool artwork of the week 2010-32. New Year’s Eve 2009 photograph by Peter Goodbody in Fab Collective’s ‘Having a Do’ at St Lukes Church 31 July – 31 August 2010
Lovely picture, ticks all the boxes, cute, atmospheric, timeless. A lasting reminder of a happy event or ‘do’. Peter Goodbody (aka p3dro) is one of around 25 photographers in the Fab Collective currently exhibiting at the bombed out church, you can see more of his work on the fab website or his own of course – www.p3dro.co.uk
‘Having a do’ – The Fab Collective
31 July – 31 August 2010
This summer the Fab Collective are returning to St Luke’s Church with a new photography exhibition ‘Having a do’. This exhibition looks at how people celebrate life through the events that they go to.
Fab photographer Mark Maloney explains the theme:
“This exhibition looks at how people celebrate life through the events that they go to. Throughout the year we get invited to all sorts of different events including birthday parties, retirement dos, funerals, christenings, weddings, new year, religious and cultural festivals etc.
At each one the setting, the mood and the colours change and people dress differently according to each occasion. Each event generates different emotions and feelings. We thought it would be interesting – and fun – to capture these in our photos.”
Exhibiiton open: Thursday – Sunday
St Luke’s (Bombed-Out) Church
Address: Leece Street, Liverpool, L1 2RT