A unique five-year, solo street-photography project sees its 2nd Edition of an intriguing and intricate exhibition capturing the spirit of London.

1001 Days in London is an installation of 1001 black & white photographs taken by Steve Hollingshead of the events, the people and the places that define the distinctive creative character of London. Each vignette is a moment captured on a different day during the years since the start of the Millennium until the end of 2017. The mass display immerses visitors in a captivating and inspiring exploration of the city.

The spontaneous, candid images – from quiet intensity to grand gesture – offer a unique and personal insight into a teeming metropolis; a positive view of urban living, celebrating the creativity, diversity, eccentricity and spirituality of Londoners and London’s visitors. 

Encouraging viewers to look at the people and places that give London its unique combination of cultural heritage, diversity, vitality and size, this revised and updated edition of Hollingshead’s latest project has taken him across the capital capturing myriad free outdoor events, one-off and annual gatherings, spontaneous and regular happenings and poignant and playful moments in the city’s public realm.

1001 Days in London is on at gallery@oxo  Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, SE1 9PH from 19th – 29th April. Times:  Daily 11.00 – 6.00.   Admission: Free. Phone: 020 7633 0060

www.1001days.london