Tom Stoddart Exhibition, 2012


SARAJEVO – In the dangerous Sarajevo suburb of Dobrinja, Meliha Vareshanovic walks proudly and defiantly to work every day. Her message to the watching Serbian gunmen who surround her city is simple, ‘You will never defeat us’. Photo © Tom Stoddart

Great news for admirers of the best in photojournalistic work; Tom Stoddart will be having an exhibition in London, called Perspectives. The outdoor exhibition will at More London Riverside (between City Hall and HMS Belfast, by The Thames), from the 25th of July to the 11th of September, 2012.

IRAQ – These Royal Marines from 539 Assault Squadron have been under fire during a night-time patrol, and have just been told that one of their comrades has been killed. Tiredness and grief has overcome them. Photo © Tom Stoddart

The exhibition is set to coincide with London hosting the Olympic games. Speaking about the exhibition, Tom says, “The world’s nations are currently joined together by a wonderful sporting festival whose motto is ‘swifter, higher, stronger’. I hope that people visiting the exhibition will leave with a greater determination to understand and help those with little access to clean water, food and medicines who, through no fault of their own, cannot run more swiftly, jump higher or be stronger”.

Photographer Tom Stoddart.

Perspectives is supported by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) who are highlighting the repercussions of peoples around the world caught in conflict or emergency zones not having safe access to healthcare.


The exhibition opened yesterday (July 25th) and you can see some pictures from it here on Zimbio; Photographer Tom Stoddart Launches His Exhibition Perspectives In London.

2 responses to “Tom Stoddart Exhibition, 2012

  1. A really great body of work from a great photographer

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