News & ReviewsA selection of archived news and reviews concerning some of Frederick's images of London.
A London eye An exhibition of Frederick James Wilfred's nostalgic images of London will go on display next month as part of the London Festival of Photography. Gemma Padley speaks to Frederick's son, Russell, about his father's love of photography, his fearless nature...read more
Frederick Wilfred London Photographs 1957-62 16.06.12 - 08.07.12 Museum of London / London / England Frederick Wilfred: London Photographs 1957-62 / Reviewed by Riikka Kuittinen / 28.06.12 Frederick Wilfred: London Photographs 1957-62 offers a street-level glimpse...read more
Frederick Wilfred London Photos Frederick Wilfred (1925-2010) was born in Islington. A professional photographer, he specialized in portraiture, for which he won numerous awards. From the late-50s to the mid-60s, he made a series of remarkable photographs of London...read more
Mail Online : Shoe-shine stands and a crowded Lido: The pictures which capture everyday life in London as it emerged from the austerities of war.
Shoe-shine stands and a crowded Lido: The pictures which capture everyday life in London as it emerged from the austerities of war. Previously unseen collection of photographs to go on display The exhibition shows everyday life in the capital throughout the 50s and...read more
Frederick Wilfred: London Photographs 1957-62 Matilda Battersby Friday, 18 May 2012 A selection of previously unseen images of London taken by unsung photographic talent Frederick Wilfred go on display at the Museum of London next month. Capturing the British capital...read more
Maybe it's because he's a Londoner: Frederick Wilfred's London Photographs 1957-1962 – in pictures Islington-born photographer Frederick Wilfred's black and white images of London street life are to go on display at the Museum of London from 16 June 2012, as part of...read more
link London Festival of Photography London Street Photographs 1957-62 Dates: 16 June to 08 July Venue: Museum of London (foyer) Address: 150 London Wall, London EC2Y 5HN Map: View Opening Times: 10am-6pm, 7 days a week Price: FREE Disabled Access: This event has...read more