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COVID-19: Customer Info + Guidance

As always, the safety and wellbeing of our clients, partners and staff is priority. With the current climate in mind, and latest health guidelines issued we will now be closing all Metro Imaging (inc. Metro Print) premises from today, Monday March 23rd, until further notice. We are continuing to monitor all Government instructions relating to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation, and will notify all our clients as soon as it’s safe to reopen our offices. We will do our very best to keep you updated on any significant changes, and will, for the time-being, ensure that current enquiries are dealt with promptly. Should you have any specific concerns or urgent queries about an order please do not hesitate to contact us. Stay safe and well, Team Metro

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Forever Young: 150 Years of Youth Clubs

A new exhibition opening in Carnaby Street next month will celebrate the vital legacy of youth clubs, while simultaneously highlighting how these safe spaces are in decline due to lack of funding. In collaboration between the Young Westminster Foundation and Positive View Foundation, this collection of work aims to remind us that youth clubs are still beating at the heart of culture and encourage the public to interact and learn from this free photography exhibition. “This is an opportunity to dive into the history of Westminster’s youth clubs which have nurtured the vibrant heart of youth culture for 150 years.” Home to the world’s first youth club in 1866, Westminster has played a key role in youth culture. From the mods and rockers of the swinging ‘60s who ventured to stylish Carnaby Street, to the rebellious punk era of the ’70s, and the grime and rap scene which dominates youth […]

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Rankin x Latitude Festival

Continuing our long-standing support for visual artists at the culturally focused Latitude Festival, this year Metro are delighted to be producing exhibition installation with Iconic British photographer and director, Rankin. Famed for his iconic celebrity portraits, the portrait and fashion photographer and director has captured everyone from David Bowie to The Queen. But what’s it like to be shot by the legendary photographer? In a cutting-edge partnership with Latitude, Rankin will deliver a keynote in the Music + Film Arena discussing three fearless decades behind the lens and the creative boundaries between art and artists. And in an iconic festival first, Rankin will also set up a live studio in the Faraway Forest where lucky festival-goers can have their portraits taken by the trailblazer himself. Metro has produced a wall-to-wall installation of Rankin’s most iconic portraits via Direct To Media on Foamex, that will provide the perfect setting for a […]

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As always, the safety and wellbeing of our clients, partners and staff is priority. With the current climate in mind, and latest health guidelines issued we will now be closing all Metro Imaging (inc. Metro Print) premises from today, Monday March 23rd, until further notice.

We are continuing to monitor all Government instructions relating to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation, and will notify all our clients as soon as it’s safe to reopen our offices.

We will do our very best to keep you updated on any significant changes, and will, for the time-being, ensure that current enquiries are dealt with promptly.

Should you have any specific concerns or urgent queries about an order please do not hesitate to contact us.

Stay safe and well,
Team Metro

A new exhibition opening in Carnaby Street next month will celebrate the vital legacy of youth clubs, while simultaneously highlighting how these safe spaces are in decline due to lack of funding. In collaboration between the Young Westminster Foundation and Positive View Foundation, this collection of work aims to remind us that youth clubs are still beating at the heart of culture and encourage the public to interact and learn from this free photography exhibition.

“This is an opportunity to dive into the history of Westminster’s youth clubs which have nurtured the vibrant heart of youth culture for 150 years.”

Home to the world’s first youth club in 1866, Westminster has played a key role in youth culture. From the mods and rockers of the swinging ‘60s who ventured to stylish Carnaby Street, to the rebellious punk era of the ’70s, and the grime and rap scene which dominates youth clubs today. Youth clubs have offered a safe space for young people to socialise and engage in activities with their peers.

Metro worked with the Young Westminster Foundation to produce a selection of the photographic work on digital c-type paper and photographic vinyl. The exhibition also includes a ‘memory wall’ which welcomes visitors to share their own youth club experiences to celebrate how organisations have helped nurture Westminster’s young people and support community development across the capital, and includes a physical installation which recreates the feel of a youth club where films from our local youth charities will be screened.

 

Exhibition Details:
3 Carnaby St, London
09 – 22 August
FREE
Continuing our long-standing support for visual artists at the culturally focused Latitude Festival, this year Metro are delighted to be producing exhibition installation with Iconic British photographer and director, Rankin.

Famed for his iconic celebrity portraits, the portrait and fashion photographer and director has captured everyone from David Bowie to The Queen. But what’s it like to be shot by the legendary photographer?

In a cutting-edge partnership with Latitude, Rankin will deliver a keynote in the Music + Film Arena discussing three fearless decades behind the lens and the creative boundaries between art and artists. And in an iconic festival first, Rankin will also set up a live studio in the Faraway Forest where lucky festival-goers can have their portraits taken by the trailblazer himself.

Metro has produced a wall-to-wall installation of Rankin’s most iconic portraits via Direct To Media on Foamex, that will provide the perfect setting for a pop-up portrait studio in the middle of the Faraway Forest.

This is an artist spanning cultures and generations; the creator of Cool Britannia who stuck around long after the party finished, and has now become an icon in his own right. Rankin x Latitude is a one-off opportunity to hear from and be photographed by one of the world’s most prolific photographers.

 

Saturday, July 20

Music + Film Arena, Latitude Festival 

 

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