Isleworth photography exhibit set to bring new perspective

An all new perspective on Isleworth to be watched as a historic quarter of London is predicted at a new photography exhibit. The exhibit named ‘Old Isleworth – New Images’ features original snapshots of the riverside region within the Hounslow borough taken by local photographers.

They expect to shine new light on the picturesque roads, once stepped by the likes of Van Gogh, David Attenborough and Turner, and to capture it for posterity in the midst of the fast-altering backdrop. The exhibit ‘Old Isleworth – New Images’ is at The South Street Gallery, Old Isleworth, will start from 4th December, Friday, and will go till 14th December, Monday. The free exhibit opens from 9 am to 3 pm on weekdays and from 10am to 5pm during weekends.

Photographer Michael O’Neill made a name for himself with iconic portraits of the US presidents, celebs and star athletes whilst sailing on a yacht for Croatian yacht charter. But when a spinal surgery left him partly paralyzed, and unable to take picture, he turned to the quiet of meditation and yoga for recovery.

His new book named, On Yoga: The Architecture of Peace, and a major exhibit at TASCHEN Gallery in Los Angeles brings together over ten years of photography entirely dedicated to Yoga as well as its greatest practitioners across the world.

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