I previously blogged about being a researcher for the building history, design and architecture project. (See my last post about it here.) This project can now be seen as a new exhibition called the ‘Panorama High Street East’ showcased in the CASS Gallery in London.
The project is described on the gallery website as: “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 photography of the building’s panorama is taken by Jon Spencer.
You can see it from Tuesday 11th March to Friday 22nd March 2013. Opening hours are: Tuesday 12th – Friday 22nd March open 12 – 5pm, 7pm on Thursdays, 11-4pm Saturday.
An image from the gallery website:
Below are some photos taken of the exhibition. The top photo on the display includes some of the buildings in my section which I researched. (Like the former Wickhams Department store).
Other photography work accompanying the Panorama East Project: