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David Levene: Eyewitness

Tuesday 2nd September 2014 9:30am - Wednesday 12th November 2014 6pm 107 Charing Cross Road Exhibition, Free Event

One of the Guardian's award-winning photographers, David Levene has been taking photographs for the Guardian's pioneering Eyewitness series since it began in 2005. In total he has had over 120 photographs featured in the daily slot. Levene and Curator Mark Davy have selected ten works, which explore the effect of urbanism on people and places, for this, the second exhibition in our new Gallery curated and managed in partnership with Futurecity. Each photograph is a C-type print on aluminium, allowing viewers to experience the incredible detail and epic quality of Levene's photographs. Davy describes the work as 'combining an epic scale and detailed narrative that allows each image to take repeated viewing'.

To mark the exhibition at Foyles, David has picked out some of his favourite books including collections of masterful photographs by the legendary Ansel Adams, classic fiction by Steinbeck and Dosteovsky and and a children's favourite from Anthony Browne. See his choices here

 

Venue: The Gallery at Foyles, Level 5, 107 Charing Cross Road

Admission: Free

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