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The CALM Photography Movement

Come see the winners of the CALM Photography Movement exhibition at the Getty Images Gallery in central London from May 11-19.

The CALM Photography movement aims to provoke discussion on masculinity and mental health, as well as raise awareness and funds for CALM. Scott Shillum and Steve Wallington, both of whom have lost family and friends to suicide, have founded the Calm Photography Movement with support from our partners Topman and Lynx.

Amateur and professional photographers have submitted images which shine a light on the limitations of traditional masculinity. The winning portraits of modern man will be featured in the CALM Photography Movement exhibition at the Getty Images Gallery in central London.

The free exhibition runs from May 10 to 19, coinciding with Mental Health Awareness Week. Selected photographs will feature in the show and will be used in print and social campaigns as well as being curated into a catalogue available for purchase in support of CALM.

The gallery is open 10 May-19 May: 10am-5.30pm Monday to Friday, and 12pm-5.30pm on Saturday.

Getty Images Gallery
46 Eastcastle St

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