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A Summer of Street Photography

This summer, we’re hosting a vibrant celebration of street photography, featuring two standout exhibitions: one showcasing the enigmatic works of Vivian Maier, whose candid captures of mid-century urban life have fascinated audiences worldwide, and another highlighting Bruce Gilden's striking and often confrontational images of New York City's streets.

Complementing these exhibitions are a series of hands-on workshops, designed for photographers of all skill levels to refine their craft. Participants will have the opportunity to learn street photography techniques ranging from composition and lighting to the art of capturing spontaneous moments, making this a must-attend season for photography enthusiasts.

Until 29 Sept 2024

Vivian Maier

Unseen Work

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A black-and-white photograph of a woman's reflection in a store window in an urban setting

Until 29 Sept 2024

Bruce Gilden

Why These?

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A black-and-white candid photograph of a group of people in bathing suits at Coney Island
Photography products against a yellow background

Explore The Shop

Feel inspired to capture the streets with a collection of books, tools, and stationery to bring out the documentarian in you.