Due to the national lockdown announced on 31 October, this exhibition has been postponed until further notice.
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See Roman Road transformed into a public photography exhibition!
Four Corners recently ran an open call for photographs documenting community and culture on Roman Road. Talented photographers sent in an array of images, from classic street photography to archive prints and contemporary portraiture.
Now, 14 local businesses have been invited to select their favourite photograph for display in their shop windows. Shown together, they will create an outdoor exhibition along the road.
The coronavirus pandemic has reminded us all of the value of our local community. At a time of isolation, film and photography can bring us together.
Collect a map from Four Corners and take to the streets to explore this exhibition of street photography. Support your local businesses, discover neighbourhood photographers and celebrate the people and places that make Roman Road.
Sazzy and Fran Cafe, Workshop 353, Lama's Pyjamas, The Angel and Crown, The Larder, Massingham Chemist, Hair by Rosemary, Quarantacinque, Recharge Cafe, Tagine, K's Chicken and Pizza, Rembrandt's Hairdresser, Robert's Butchers, Luminor Sign Co.
ANTIKO (Antonia Luxem and Marika Kochiashvili), Julie Begum, Bob Dawson, Jacqueline Ennis-Cole, Giorgia Frare, Delia Gaitskell, Jessica Heale, Joseph Lockley, Emily-Jayne Nolan, Martin O’Kane, Francesco Ragazzi, Martina Rapaggi, Gloria Sfoggia, Jamie Sinclair, Marie Sleigh, Wedgley Snipes, Dav Stewart, Dougie Wallace, Andrew Wyatt, JJ Wyatt, Mark Wilkinson
This project is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, and by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.