Urban Memories

Urban Photographers Association

03 Nov 2016 to 12 Nov 2016
Cities are living archives and rediscovering their visual history is fundamental in the development of urban photographic practice. Nothing is cast in stone and only interpreted as heritage;  the past is illusive and uncanny. How do historical photographs visualise and politicise daily life in order to commemorate and generate specific social histories, public memories, landscapes and pictorial archives? Cities are not merely architectural metaphors; they are mobile, evolving entities projecting memories deep into the social life of urban dwellers. In what way can urban photography break down social stereotypes and offer alternative ocular archives of cities? Urban Memories tries to answer these questions through a variety of selected visual projects.
About the Artists:
The Urban Photographers' Association (UPA) aims to show the work of contemporary international photographers focusing on cities and the urban realm. The photographers and artists shown in Urban Memories represent a diverse range of practices including landscape, architectural, portraiture, fine art, documentary, street-based and object photography; all informed by an active engagement with urban theory and associated research methods. The projects reflect the experiences of personal, often immersive involvement in the urban spaces and they also raise questions about how photography might speak to debates within urban ethnography and visual arts practice.
03 November 2016
12 November 2016
Peter Coles
Diego Ferrari
Michael Frank
Gill Golding
Paul Halliday
Tanya Houghton
Rebecca Locke
Bas Losekoot
David Kendall
David Killeen
Luc Pauwels
Galit Seligmann
Gesche Würfel
Kyler Zeleny
Opening Times
Monday to Sunday: 12:00-18:00 
Lewisham Arthouse
140 Lewisham Way
SE14 6PD 
Nearest Station
New Cross Overground
More info
 Private View: Friday, 04 November 2016 | 18:00-20:00
 Portfolio Review: Tuesday, 08 November 2016 | 11:00-13:00

© David Killeen