A London photography studio used by photographer Patrick Lichfield, who died in 2005, will come back to life this month as a venue for international contemporary art.rnrnPicture: Metro, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2005; Courtesy Ursula Schulz-Dornburg and Tristan Hoare

Lichfield Studios

Picture: Metro, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2005; Courtesy Ursula Schulz-Dornburg and Tristan Hoare

A London photography studio used by photographer Patrick Lichfield, who died in 2005, will come back to life this month as a venue for international contemporary art.

The Lichfield Studios, which are based in Notting Hill, will play host to an exhibition by German photographer Ursula Schulz-Dornburg and American artist Lawrence Weiner.

Lord Lichfield died four years ago this month, aged 66.

Patrick Lichfield was the fifth Earl of Lichfield and a first cousin once removed from the Queen.

Born Thomas Patrick Anson, he photographed many famous subjects over a career spanning more than 40 years.

The first in a series of contemporary exhibitions at The Lichfield Studios takes place from 18 November-19 December.

The Lichfield Studios are located at 133 Oxford Gardens, London W10 6NE.

They are open Mon-Fri 11am-6pm; and Sat noon-5pm (the studio is open 29 Nov-19 Dec by appointment only). The nearest Tube is Ladbroke Grove or Latimer Road.

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