East London explored with a panorama taking in 600 buildings across 6km from Aldgate to Bow, enriched by Sue Andrew’s images of life along the street.
Date: 10 March 2013
This exhibition introduces the Building Exploratory’s photographic panorama of 600 buildings along both sides of Whitechapel High Street, Mile End Road and Bow Road. The exhibition will feature high quality photographs of the panorama’s main terraces, significant buildings and public spaces. The high street is brought to life in the work of CASS Senior Lecturer Sue Andrews. Sue’s photographs of the High Street route from her car as she travelled to work provide an insight into the great diversity of people and buildings occupying this public space.
The Panorama can be viewed in full here.
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