London Region Exhibition, An Elizabethan Progress

07 April 2018 - 04 May 2018

11:00 - 16:00

Greenwich, London
Heritage Gallery, Queen Ann Court
University of Greenwich
Old Royal Naval College, Park Row
Greenwich
United Kingdom
SE10 9LX

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Print exhibition

Inspired by Crossrail, this is a selection from the photographic project tracing the route of the new Elizabeth Line across central London, recording people and places encountered along the way. Closely following the route of the newly tunnelled line below, photographs record happenings on the surface above. These images are complemented by inclusion of photographs of Crossrail construction activities on the new line and stations. Geographic coverage runs from North Kensington in the west to Stratford and Abbey Wood in the east.

Project team participants: Philip Brown, Michael Colman, Hilary Everett LRPS, Mo Greig ARPS, Lorraine Grey LRPS, Anila Hussain, John Kelly LRPS, Greg Lambert ARPS, Susi Luard ARPS, Deepika Mistry, Wendy Nowak, Norman Smith LRPS, Val Straw, Anne Roache, Romney Tansley ARPS and Michael Turner.

Over 1800 photos taken from March-October 2017 have been edited by Brian Steptoe FRPS to produce a photobook containing 111 images. Book details are at www.rps.org/shop/publications/an-elizabethan-progress.

The Exhibition comprises a selection of photographs from the project. Book information is also displayed.

With thanks to the University of Greenwich for arrangements to display this exhibition.

 

Image (Composite) (c) Brian Steptoe FRPS

 

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Opening Times Tuesday-Friday 11am to 5pm, Saturday 11am to 4pm

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Region: LondonGroup(s): Contemporary, Contemporary East Anglia, Contemporary SE