Portrait of a London Road: 1904, 1975, 2019

London College of Communication, Elephant & Castle, London
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This event ended on Wednesday 15th of January 2020
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Free

Venue Information

London College of Communication
Elephant and Castle, , SE1 6SB

Nearest Stations

Elephant & Castle 0.10 miles

Website

https://www.arts.ac.uk/whats-on/portrait-of-a-london-road-1904,-1975,-2019

At the northern end of London Road is the historical landmark St George’s Circus. At the southern end lies the famous Elephant & Castle roundabout, as well as the original entrance to the Underground Station which previously housed the head offices of the South London Press. ‘Portrait of a London Road: 1904, 1975, 2019’ is a new exhibition of photography documenting Elephant and Castle’s London Road at three points in its history – revealing not just a road but a community facing change.

Presented by the UAL Photography and Archive Research Centre at London College of Communication, the exhibition centres on a remarkable set of recently-discovered archival photographs from 1975, taken from a project by former London College of Printing lecturer Bruce Rae and London College of Printing student Mick Hales. The works celebrate the ‘urge to document’ as well as the importance to re-evaluate documentation of an area and community that is constantly changing.

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