London stories

LONDON STORIES II

Research Space Gallery
LCP School of Media at Back Hill

Gone Astray
Photographs by Clare Stand
Artist in Residence at LCP 2001–2002

“I had romantic ideas in connection with that religious edifice, firmly believing that all the beggars who pretended through the week to be blind, lame, one-armed, deaf and dumb, and otherwise physically afflicted, laid aside their pretences every Sunday, dressed themselves in holiday clothes, and attended divine service in the temple of their patron saint”

From Gone Astray, Household Words by Charles Dickens. 1853

PRIVATE VIEW
Tuesday 18 Feb 2003.
6pm–8pm

Exhibition from 19 February to 12 March 2003
Appointed as LCP’s first artist in residence in 2001, Clare Strand was invited to make new work in response to Clerkenwell, a location of intriguing histories and a dynamic present. Gone Astray is a series of studio portraits made against Arcadian photographic backgrounds, a complex investigation of the dualities of the modern city. The exhibition will be introduced by Julian Rodriguez, Programme Director for Photography at LCP.

RSVP to Val Williams at v.williams@lcp.linst.ac.uk

We look forward to seeing you on the 18th
Best wishes
Val Williams and Julian Rodriguez

Research is a new exhibition space situated in the ground floor gallery of LCP at Herbal House, Back Hill, London EC1R 5LQ. London Stories is organized by Val Williams, Research Fellow , LCP and LCF. The exhibition is open to the public from Monday - Friday, 9am to 5pm and on Saturdays from 10am to 3pm. Back Hill is situated just off Farringdon Road, close to the Guardian and Observer building. Nearest underground stations is Farringdon.

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LONDON STORIES II

Research Space Gallery
LCP School of Media at Back Hill

Gone Astray
Photographs by Clare Stand
Artist in Residence at LCP 2001–2002

“I had romantic ideas in connection with that religious edifice, firmly believing that all the beggars who pretended through the week to be blind, lame, one-armed, deaf and dumb, and otherwise physically afflicted, laid aside their pretences every Sunday, dressed themselves in holiday clothes, and attended divine service in the temple of their patron saint”

From Gone Astray, Household Words by Charles Dickens. 1853

PRIVATE VIEW
Tuesday 18 Feb 2003.
6pm–8pm

Exhibition from 19 February to 12 March 2003
Appointed as LCP’s first artist in residence in 2001, Clare Strand was invited to make new work in response to Clerkenwell, a location of intriguing histories and a dynamic present. Gone Astray is a series of studio portraits made against Arcadian photographic backgrounds, a complex investigation of the dualities of the modern city. The exhibition will be introduced by Julian Rodriguez, Programme Director for Photography at LCP.

RSVP to Val Williams at v.williams@lcp.linst.ac.uk

We look forward to seeing you on the 18th
Best wishes
Val Williams and Julian Rodriguez

Research is a new exhibition space situated in the ground floor gallery of LCP at Herbal House, Back Hill, London EC1R 5LQ. London Stories is organized by Val Williams, Research Fellow , LCP and LCF. The exhibition is open to the public from Monday - Friday, 9am to 5pm and on Saturdays from 10am to 3pm. Back Hill is situated just off Farringdon Road, close to the Guardian and Observer building. Nearest underground stations is Farringdon.