Events

Primeras Tentativas
Apr
25
to Aug 27

Primeras Tentativas

  • Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (map)
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The photography of Marc Pataut (Paris, 1952) is structured around the formulation of research projects which address those political and human issues which often stand outside art institutions’ parameters. Through his photographs, the artist sets forth a link between different collective and individual practices, bringing to light the co-existence of different realities, shining a spotlight on the most disadvantaged groups as he explores the ways of opening up photographic expression and the category of the artist upon sharing the camera in some of his series.

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Between Art & Fashion
Jun
2
to Nov 18

Between Art & Fashion

  • Museum für Fotografie (map)
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Carla Sozzani, former editor-in-chief of the Italian Elle and Vogue magazines, has collected photographs for many years. Since 1990, she has also exhibited these works in her Milan gallery in close cooperation with numerous internationally renowned photographers – including Helmut Newton four times, "Ritratti di donna" in 1993, "Impressions, Polaroids" in 1996, "Us and them" in 1999, together with his wife June, aka Alice Springs, and "Yellow Press" in 2003.

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Künstler Komplex
Jun
29
to Oct 7

Künstler Komplex

  • Museum für Fotografie (map)
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Featuring around 180 works from 1917 to 2000, this exhibition highlights the variety of photographic portraits of artists, while also giving an overview of the Who's Who of art history in the last century. It features portraits of illustrious artists like Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí, Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons and Marina Abramović, produced by an equally broad range of photographers, both famous or lesser known, including Berenice Abbott, Brassaï, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Helga Fietz and Jérôme Schlomoff.

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Das Polaroid Projekt
Jul
7
to Sep 23

Das Polaroid Projekt

C/O Berlin is pleased to present the exhibition The Polaroid Project, exploring the Polaroid phenomenon in all its diversity with a unique overview of many of the Polaroid collections in the United States and Europe, including works by Nobuyoshi Araki, Sibylle Bergemann, Chuck Close, Guy Bourdin, Barbara Crane, David Hockney, Robert Mapplethorpe, Robert Rauschenberg, Erwin Wurm, and many more, together with camera models, concepts, and prototypes for the innovative photo technology.

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Wim Wenders Sofort Bilder
Jul
7
to Sep 23

Wim Wenders Sofort Bilder

The exhibition Wim Wenders . Instant Stories, presenting a selection of approximately 240 Polaroids by the award-winning director, filmmaker, and artist Wim Wenders, will be making its first and only stop in Germany at C/O Berlin. Along with Wenders’ photographs, the exhibition includes excerpts from films in which Wenders used the medium of instant photography as part of the film narrative.

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LIGHT + METAL
Jul
27
to Oct 17

LIGHT + METAL

The 14 artists in Light + Metal are reacting to the proliferation of digital photographic technologies by experimenting with traditional, metal-based processes and materials, including silver-gelatin paper, cyanotype, and wet collodion, to create unique photographic objects — often without using a camera. 

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Northumberland Residential Pinhole Workshop (1 or 2 Day)
Oct
6
to Oct 7

Northumberland Residential Pinhole Workshop (1 or 2 Day)

  • Northumberland Coast, England (map)
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It does not matter if you are a complete beginner with zero knowledge of pinhole photography or an expert in the art of it – You will come away feeling confident about creating images after this unique experience with two experienced pinhole photographers who are there to offer advice, hints & tips and instill confidence.

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Aug
12
10:30 AM10:30

A Walks Whitechapel Workshop With Laura Pannack and Rhiannon Adam!

  • Whitechapel, London United Kingdom (map)
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This exclusive workshop day provides an intimate opportunity to explore how we approach making portraits whilst out and about, as well as offering participants support to reflect on larger long-term projects. The day will be divided into practical tasks with support and discussion on personal development and practice.

Based locally in the culturally and visually rich area of Whitechapel, participants will have the opportunity to explore making portraits in a dynamic and challenging environment - engaging with passers by. We will question and discuss how and why we make the pictures we do and how important the development of a relationship with a stranger is.

10 places are available @ £100 per person (plus Eventbrite fees) - this includes 1-2-1 constructive critical support and informal feedback sessions as well as practical 'in the field' exercises.

All participants must own a camera and have a basic knowledge of photography.

Analogue photography is encouraged, but not required.

Hours: 10:30 – 6:30



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Aug
11
4:00 PM16:00

Saturday Studio: Instant and Film Photography

Workshop for 14-19 year olds

Instant and Film Photography

Free admission | No ticket required

 Saturday Studio Instant and Film Photography. Source: Wellcome Collection.  CC BY-NC .

Saturday Studio Instant and Film Photography. Source: Wellcome Collection. CC BY-NC.

Saturday 11 August 2018 16:00–17:30

What you’ll do

Use either an instant or film camera to develop photography skills to put into practice during your summer break. Working in pairs or groups, you’ll create photographs inspired by each other and by unique objects from our Teeth exhibition.

During the first workshop on instant photography, you’ll learn all the techniques you need to take expressive close-ups of yourself, other people and exhibits, using the Lomo’Instant Wide camera. You’ll create immediate images to take away on the day. 

The second workshop will focus on film photography, teaching you the tips and tricks of loading a 35 mm camera and shooting original and unusual images through a fisheye lens. Your pictures will be sent to you as soon as we’ve developed them. 

About your facilitators

Hannah Brown and Holly Buckle from the Lomography Gallery Store in Soho will provide all the equipment and advice you’ll need to take striking photographs.

Where we’ll be

The workshops will take place in our Studio on level 1. When you enter the museum, head up the stairs or take the lift to level 1 and follow the signs. Each workshop has 25 spaces available. Sign-up will open at 13.30 in the Studio. Places are given out on a first-come, first-served basis.

These workshops are for anyone aged 14–19. If you’re visiting the museum with a parent, guardian or support worker, they are welcome to drop you off at our Studio. If you’d like someone to support you during the session, just let us know in advance of the session or on the day.

Part of Saturday Studio


183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE UK


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Aug
11
2:00 PM14:00

Saturday Studio: Instant and Film Photography

Workshop for 14-19 year olds

Instant and Film Photography

Free admission | No ticket required

 Saturday Studio Instant and Film Photography. Source: Wellcome Collection.  CC BY-NC .

Saturday Studio Instant and Film Photography. Source: Wellcome Collection. CC BY-NC.

Saturday 11 August 2018 14:00–15:30

What you’ll do

Use either an instant or film camera to develop photography skills to put into practice during your summer break. Working in pairs or groups, you’ll create photographs inspired by each other and by unique objects from our Teeth exhibition.

During the first workshop on instant photography, you’ll learn all the techniques you need to take expressive close-ups of yourself, other people and exhibits, using the Lomo’Instant Wide camera. You’ll create immediate images to take away on the day. 

The second workshop will focus on film photography, teaching you the tips and tricks of loading a 35 mm camera and shooting original and unusual images through a fisheye lens. Your pictures will be sent to you as soon as we’ve developed them. 

About your facilitators

Hannah Brown and Holly Buckle from the Lomography Gallery Store in Soho will provide all the equipment and advice you’ll need to take striking photographs.

Where we’ll be

The workshops will take place in our Studio on level 1. When you enter the museum, head up the stairs or take the lift to level 1 and follow the signs. Each workshop has 25 spaces available. Sign-up will open at 13.30 in the Studio. Places are given out on a first-come, first-served basis.

These workshops are for anyone aged 14–19. If you’re visiting the museum with a parent, guardian or support worker, they are welcome to drop you off at our Studio. If you’d like someone to support you during the session, just let us know in advance of the session or on the day.

Part of Saturday Studio


183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE UK


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Aug
11
10:00 AM10:00

Polaroid Photography: A Hacker's Guide with Rhiannon Adam

Due to popular demand Francesca Maffeo Gallery is hosting another full day Polaroid workshop with Rhiannon Adam

Suitable for ages 14+

Photographer and Polaroid expert Rhiannon Adam leads this hands-on day session that explores some of the ways in which the unique chemistry of the Polaroid photograph can be manipulated to become a unique piece of art.

In addition, participants will also gain a technical insight into the various incarnations of the instant camera and the evolving film chemistry, from the emergence of peel-apart cameras in the 1960s to the SX-70 cameras of the 70s, right through to recent analogue/digital hybrid cameras.

This knowledge will enable you to leave the workshop fully equipped to select the camera that works best for you, and to feel confident in attempting a range of creative manipulation methods.

Adam is the author of Polaroid: The Missing Manual, The Complete Creative Guide (Thames and Hudson 2017). www.save-polaroid.com / Instagram: @rhiannon_adam

All equipment provided

Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided for this event

Tickets £95


www.rhiannonadam.com

www.francescamaffeogallery.com


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Aug
9
5:00 PM17:00

Adorama Learning Center - 3 Looks with a Single Lighting Setup


Thur, August 9, 2018 5:00PM - 7:00PM

42 West 18th Street, New York, NY, 10011, US

Free Event

When shooting portraits, whether for a corporation or a high school senior, creating a variety of looks is important. We don’t always have the gear or space to set up multiple lighting scenarios or the time to make changes to the tried and true standard set-up that “always works”.

Join Daniel Norton OnSet as he creates many different looksfrom his lighting kit without moving a stand or changing a modifier, allowing you to create a range of looks, quickly and repeatability throughout a day of shooting.

Daniel Norton

Daniel Norton is a Photographer, Educator and Creative Director with over 15 years experience in the advertising and editorial markets. Daniel produces and hosts FREE weekly in-store trainings every Thursday as well as the Adorama TV series On Set with Daniel Norton.


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Aug
8
8:00 PM20:00

Für Cineasten: Open-Air-Filmreihe im Podewil

8. August: Augenzeugen – die Fotografen Höpker, Lebeck, Moses und Scheler

Reiner Holzemer, D 1989, dt.

Vier Fotografen nehmen sich in den späten Sechzigerjahren vor, die deutsche Reportagefotografie neu zu erfinden; ihr Medium ist die Illustrierte »Stern«. Regisseur Reiner Holzemer befragt sie zu ihren Vorhaben und ihren Werken.

Zum dritten Mal lädt das MuseumsJournal zur Open-Air-Filmreihe in den Garten des Podewil. In diesem Jahr präsentiert es gemeinsam mit dem EMOP Berlin – European Month of Photography – die beiden ebenso verwandten wie unterschiedlichen Medien Film und Fotografie. Genießen Sie diesen sommerlichen Prolog zur Berliner Ausgabe des europäischen Fotomonats, in dessen Programm Sie den einen oder anderen Namen aus dieser Filmreihe wiederfinden werden! 

Einlass ab 20 Uhr, Beginn 21 Uhr

Eintritt 5 €

Bei schlechtem Wetter finden die Veranstaltungen im Foyer statt.

Podewil, Klosterstraße 68, 10179 Berlin



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Aug
6
5:00 PM17:00

Adorama Learning Center - Fill Light with Seth Miranda


Mon, August 6, 2018 5:00PM - 7:00PM

42 West 18th Street, New York, NY, 10011, US

Free Event

Fill light is a crucial aspect of lighting but when it comes to bounce, active, reflect, even negative fill what does it all mean? How does it work and how can we manage it? Understand what light is doing to with the textures of your subjects. Whether it's with one light source or many, this demo presents various tools and techniques while shooting live walking through it shot by shot

Seth Miranda

Seth Miranda's career in photography has been as unique as his images. Having publications under his belt at age 15, he sculpted his lighting technique day and night in the fast-action world of BMX and skateboarding. With experience running the spectrum of all formats of film, experimental/older forgotten processes all the way to today's digital medium, his versatile style has been featured in DigBMX, RideBMX, Juxtapoz, MakeUp Artist magainze and Transworld media publications as well as billboard and print ads for agencies like Deustch. He has assisted legend photographers like Joe McNally on set and also been featured in galleries covering subjects such as punk and alternative lifestyles.

Seth has brought his skill set and experience to the studio to masterfully capture every vision and concept thrown at his lens by the Special Effects MakeUp artists in attendance having worked for MUD MakeUp Designory, MakeUp For Ever, MakeUp Artist Magazine, IMATS, and many more facets of the industry. In his quest for mastery, Seth has also pushed his cinema still style docudrama images outside the realm of photography and into other mediums as stenciling, resin cast, and screen printing. With an endless drive to push, create and collaborate it's safe to say his evolution of work has yet to reach its limit.


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Aug
4
1:00 PM13:00

Lomography - Cinematic Photography Workshop

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Saturday 4th August, 1pm: Cinematic Photography Workshop

Fancy yourself as the next Roger Deakins, Natasha Braier or Gregory Crewdson? Join us at the Lomography Gallery Store in Soho (UK) and grab a Sprocket Rocket or a Horizon cos we're getting dramatic and cinematic! This workshop's all about approaching photography with a wide cinematic frame in mind and a careful consideration for light, story, subject and movement. Take a stroll around Soho and the West End with us and make some Lomographycinematographymoviephotographymagic...

This workshop is £15 and includes the loan of either a Sprocket Rocket or Horizon, a roll of film and development+scans of your negatives! Places are limited so ring 0207 434 1466 now to book your place!


Lomography Gallery Store Soho
3 Newburgh Street, London W1F 7RE
Tel. 02074341466
sohostore@lomography.com

Shop Hours
Monday to Saturday: 11am – 7pm
Sunday: 12 – 5pm

Follow us, friend us, check-in and join us on our LomoHomeFacebookTwitter, or Instagram


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Aug
2
6:00 PM18:00

Push Pin Party

You’re Invited to Make MOPA History

You’re Invited to Make MOPA History

The museum is turning 35 and you’re invited to celebrate with us. During our museum inauguration in 1983, we asked you to come pin your pictures on our blank walls. We’re throwing it back this summer with a reboot of the now classic Push Pin Party. And when we say party, we mean it.

We’ll be hosting: 
– Live DJ: The Travelers Club
– Hard kombucha pours by Boochcraft
– Local vendors: COOPH, Old Cool Now Vintage Lamps, Norma Hill Designs, & Grato Letterpress
– And your defining masterpiece

Our walls are yours – and you’re the exhibiting artist. Print a photo like it’s ’83 or share it using #makeMOPAhistory, so we print it for you. Arrive on time to make sure you get to pin your own picture to the wall.

Admission: Pay What You Wish
No RSVP


Located within Balboa Park at
1649 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101
Across from the Lily Pond
619.238.7559


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Jul
30
12:01 AM00:01

36EXP: A Call for Unprocessed Roll Films - Regular Deadline

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Send your exposed, unprocessed roll film to ANALOGICA to take part in 36EXP the first photographic contest dedicated exclusively to roll films.

Regular Deadline: July 30th, 2018
Late Deadline: August 30th, 2018

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There was a time when photographing was synonym for surprise.
We gazed upon what we wished to photograph, trying to imagine the final result, and snapped. Then, we waited for the film to be developed. Our photo was only in our head. Nothing was immediate. Even Polaroid photos took a few minutes before slowly appearing in our hands.
Photographing was not a synonym for immediacy. Rather for surprise.
We never knew exactly what the film was going to show.
Wrong photos, beautiful photos, forgotten photos...
photography always had an element of surprise.

Then digital photography came along and everything became instant, or rather simultaneous. It is possible to see the final result of a photo just by looking at the LCD screen of our camera, and we can add filters or modify colors. We know how the photo will look like ahead of time.
No more exciting waits and no more surprises. 
Over the last few years, though, someone has wanted to go back to the old way of photographing: among them are those who have just discovered this kind of photography and those who never ceased to buy analog films, even when nobody seemed to have given them up.

This call is dedicated to all who love analog films, slow photography, and being surprised.

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The Call

What could you tell by means of 36 images, and how would you do it? What would you photograph, if you only had 36 snapshots available?
36EXP is the first competition dedicated to roll films.
You may photograph all you want, tell about your day, your city, one of your trips, what you see on the streets. You may create a reportage.
You may take abstract photos. All genres are allowed.
All is required is an analog camera and a 36 exposure film (B/W or color).
You must use all the exposures. You won’t be allowed to see the final result: no play or erase buttons, and no editing. 
All you photograph will constitute the material with which you will participate in 36EXP.

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BE CREATIVE
You can do anything you want with your roll film: tell a story, create a small reportage, or just show us how you see the world. There's no limit on the topic.

SENDING THE ROLL FILM
Download the participation form, fill it out and print it. It's very important that you include the form with your roll film, without it we cannot accept your entry. Put everything into an envelope and send it to the address specified in the form.

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WHAT HAPPENS NEXT
All roll films will be developed by ANALOGICA. Maximum 3 reels will be selected, printed in a book and exhibited in Bolzano, Italy in 2018.
Each selected participant will receive a LAB-BOX - The first multi-format daylight-loading film tank-offered by our technical and main sponsor ARS-IMAGO.
Once the selected works have been chosen, negative films will be returned to the respective authors (including the winners). We'll use the address provided by you in the participation form, so make sure to double check it!

CHARGES
A fee is required to take part in 36EXP. This includes the development of the film and return-shipping fees of negative.
Early Deadline /  June 30th / € 15
Regular Deadline / July 30th / € 20
Late Deadline / August 30th / € 25


36EXP /// a project by ANALOGICA // Bolzano - Italy
Technical and Main Sponsor
ARS-IMAGO
supported by
AUTONOME PROVINZ BOZEN − SÜDTIROL // PROVINCIA AUTONOMA DI BOLZANO − ALTO ADIGE
14. Deutsche Kultur / Cultura Tedesca    Amt für Film und Medien - Ufficio Film e media
ZELIG - School for Documentary, Television and New Media / Bolzano Italy
 

We are listed on Photo Contest GURU – Photography Competitions Directory


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Jul
26
5:30 PM17:30

Museum of Photographic Arts Hosts Lomo'Instant Camera Event!

If you've ever wanted to test-run some of our Lomography Instant CamerasThe Museum of Photographic Arts a.k.a. MOPA in San Diego, California are offering that chance via their summer nights series on July 26th.

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MOPA's Summer Nights series is presenting a rare opportunity to try out Lomo'Instant cameras! Check out a camera from the MOPA Shop and purchase a pack of film to begin your adventure. At the end of your shoot, submit your shots for a chance to win prizes and be featured in MOPA's Instagram. The event is on a drop-in basis so no need arrive right at 5:30 pm; however cameras must be returned promptly at 7:30 pm.

Check out of our Lomo'Instant Cameras requires valid state ID.
10-shot pack of Instax mini film will be for sale for $15 or 20 pack for $ 26.

In order to get to know the cameras and spur some competition, MOPA are encouraging use of the following techniques:

Multiple exposure, 2. Long Exposure

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Close Up, 4. Splitzer

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Color filter, Flash Gel Filter

Portrait, 8. Selfie

Two Freestyle!

At the end of your shoot, submit your shots in any or all of the categories for a chance to win prizes and be featured in MOPA's Instagram!

 Photo Courtesy of Tim Hardy

Photo Courtesy of Tim Hardy

The mission of the Museum of Photographic Arts is to inspire, educate and engage the broadest possible audience through the presentation, collection, and preservation of photography, film and video. Located in beautiful Balboa Park, the Museum of Photographic Arts is a vibrant center for visual learning. Since its founding in 1983, the museum’s endeavors to consistently address cultural, historical and social issues through its exhibitions and educational programs.

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The event is on July 26th at 5:30pm.

You can check out Lomography Instant Camera the event on Facebook and MOPA on Facebook and Instagram

WRITTEN BY SARAHLINDSAYK ON 2018-07-24


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Jul
17
to Aug 8

Exhale - Solo Exhibition by Stéphane Pellennec

Mae “anadlu allan” yn arddangosfa solo gan Stéphane Pellennec, ffotograffydd o Lydaw sy'n byw ac yn gweithio yn y Ffindir. Mae gwaith Stéphane yn crisialu profiad wynebu enfawrder tirlun a chyrff dŵr sy'n ymddangos yn ddiderfyn. Mae'r rhan fwyaf o'i ddelweddau yn ddu a gwyn ac yn adlewyrchu amrywiadau golau, cymylau ac aer, gan bortreadu natur nid fel cefndir ar gyfer gweithgaredd dynol, ond fel rhywbeth byw a deinamig.

Mae'r gair o'r Ffindireg y mae Stéphane yn ei ddefnyddio i ddehongli ei waith. Äärettömyys, yn golygu “heb hymyl, heb derfyn, annherfynoldeb, yr hyn a elwir yn Saesneg yn infinity.

Rwy'n teimlo o leiaf yn ystod treigl ennyd, y gall pawb ohonom gyrraedd annherfynoleb. Mae'r cyfan yn digwydd nawr, antur fawr y bydysawd, rydym yn rhan ohono, fel atomau, gronynnau'n troi o amgylch. Ni yw'r bydysawd. Yn ystod treigl clic, rwy'n ceisio cofnodi'r ennydau hyn gyda fy nghamera."

Medrwch ganfod gwaith Stéphane ar ei dudalenau: www.aarettomyys.eu
and www.facebook.com/aarettomyys.photography

“anadlu allan" yw’r cheched o gyfres o 9 arddangosfa a drefnir yn 2018 yn 76m2, Pont-y-pŵl gan brosiect *kickplate*, gyda chefnogaeth gan Gyngor Celfyddydau Cymru, Adran Datblygu Celfyddydau Cyngor Torfaen a Chyngor Cymuned Pont-y-pŵl.


17 Gorffennaf – 7 Awst

Dydd Mawrth - Dydd Iau, 10:30 – 17:30

Dydd Mercher, Gwener, Sadurn 11:00 – 18:00

 

76m2 - 2 Adeiladau Portland, Stryd Fasnachol, Pont-y-pŵl, Torfaen NP4 6JS

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