Saturday 15 Sept 2018 | 3pm – 4.30pm
Curator’s Talk – In the Footsteps of Phyllis
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Floor 3, Library of Birmingham, Centenary Square B1 2ND
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Free curators talk about the In the Footsteps of Phyllis photographic exhibition. Dave Allen will give a visual presentation about The Grid Project, the making of the exhibition and Phyllis Nicklin.
In the Footsteps of Phyllis is a free exhibition at the Library of Birmingham until Sat 15 September 2018. It features “before and after” shots of Birmingham taken about 50 years apart. A group of photographers from the city have recreated photos taken by university lecturer Phyllis Nicklin between 1953 and 1969. More than 70 photographers went back to the same spots as Ms Nicklin to capture the second city’s changing landscape.
Booking required. To reserve seats email.