This debut exhibition from East End photography collective LDNtwentyfour7 – comprising Craig Stevenson, Emma Marshall, John Stead, Jonathan Goldberg, Kathryn Geels and Roland Ramanan – is characterised by both the imagery and the process behind the project.
The collective, founded in 2015, includes photographers from a variety of disciplines, all of whom are members of London Independent Photography. Serving since 1974, Beigel Bake Brick Lane bakery has built up a loyal band of customers who flock from all over London, as well as a large number of international tourists. Throughout 2015, the collective has been gracing Brick Lane’s famous bakery with their lenses. Shooting a series of twenty-four images of people visiting the ’24/7′ institution around the clock, capturing portraits of local characters, epicures, tourists, midnight snackers, eating-on-the-goers and morning-after-the-night-before revellers.
The exhibition will run as part of Photomonth East London International Photography Festival from Tue 3 to Sun 15 November 2015 at The Canvas Cafe: (off Brick Lane) 42 Hanbury St, London, E1 5JL.
There will also be a free street portrait workshop on 5-7pm Thursday 5 November. Find out more here.
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