Press, Photography and Copyright

Photography and copyright

The contents of this site – ‘contents’ meaning all text and images – are protected by copyright. The material is available solely for study and viewing. No copies of either the digital images or the text may be made except for personal use. The term ‘personal use’ denotes non-commercial, domestic use by an individual making only single copies of each digital image.

If you would like to reproduce any of the images on our website other than for personal use, you will need permission from us (for the reproduction) and the owner of the copyright in the original work, usually the artist or their estate. We may be able to help with colour transparencies, black and white prints or high resolution scans. For fees please see contact details below. It is your responsibility to obtain the necessary permissions from the owner of the copyright in the original work. Anyone republishing material, without relevant permission, from the Charleston Trust website is liable for any subsequent infringement of copyright.

Photographs on this site are by kind permission of Penelope Fewster, Tony Tree and Axel Hesslenberg unless otherwise stated (c) The Charleston Trust.

Any queries regarding the reproduction of works or the suspected infringement of copyright should be addressed to:

Dr Darren Clarke, Head of Collections, Research and Exhibitions
The Charleston Trust, Charleston, Firle, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 6LL

Tel. 01323 811626
Email info@charleston.org.uk

Press Enquiries

Any enquiries about use of images for media, editorial, listings or publicity; logo or brand guidelines; quotes or press releases please contact Jennifer Grindley, j.grindley@charleston.org.uk 

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Reading Group: Bloomsbury at Home

Informal reading and discussion group, exploring Bloomsbury texts and themes. First Sunday of every month.

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MUSIC & WORD: INTIMATE LETTERS

Melvyn Tan will perform alongside Joely Richardson and the Škampa Quartet

21 Sep
My Life in Colour

CRESSIDA BELL talks to her sister, Virginia Nicholson, about Charleston, her design work and curating ‘In Colour.’

06 Oct
Reading Group: At the Omega Workshops

Informal reading and discussion group, exploring Bloomsbury texts and themes. First Sunday of every month.


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