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|Start Date:||25th January 2013|
|End Date:||16th June 2013|
In 2001, the Museum of London commissioned Davies, best known for his unflinching black and white images of post-industrial Britain, to explore the major arterial road links which run through the capital. This was the first time he had worked on a project entirely in colour. All six photographs in the exhibition were taken in 2001-02, just before the Congestion Charge was introduced to London – on 17 February 2003, a decade ago.
This project formed part of Davies’ on-going and ambitious Metropoli project to investigate and photograph Britain's major post-industrial cities. Davies’ aim has been to document the multi-layered character of metropolitan areas and to identify the particular character, uniqueness and qualities of differing regional centres.
Venue - Museum of London
|Address:||150 London Wall|
|Phone:||020 7814 5607|