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London Street Photography 1860-2010

Thursday 17 February 2011

Wolfgang Suschitzky

In-public photographers are participating in a show at the Museum of London which opens on Friday 18th February and is on until September 4th. It is free to get in.

The exhibition curated by Mike Seabourne and Anna Sparham presents photographs made in the city from the 1860’s to 2010.
Richard Bram, Adrian Fisk, David Gibson, Nils Jorgensen, David Solomons, Matt Stuart and Nick Turpin are all showing images.

Matt Stuart is also involved in a short film, along with Polly Braden, Wolfgang Suschitzky and Paul Trevor which is being shown alongside the exhibition.

As well as the street photography show, the Museum is really worth a visit, pop along and find out more about the history of the city.

Posted by Matt Stuart

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