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London Art: Alexandra Blum's Dalston Square @ The Geffrye Museum

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London Art: Alexandra Blum's Dalston Square @ The Geffrye Museum
15.4.11 – 17th floor, The Collins’ flat
15.4.11 – 17th floor, The Collins’ flat
27.1.11 – 18th floor – The Collins’ flat’
27.1.11 – 18th floor – The Collins’ flat’
17.12.09 – on site, exterior space between block B and the library
17.12.09 – on site, exterior space between block B and the library
8.3.10 – from the roof garden, 9th floor B Block.
8.3.10 – from the roof garden, 9th floor B Block.
7.10.09 – from the Print House roof, Ashwin Street
7.10.09 – from the Print House roof, Ashwin Street
20.10.09 –  on site, 15th floor B Block
20.10.09 – on site, 15th floor B Block

Alexandra Blum served as artist in residence during construction of the massive Dalston Square development. Over three years, she created these dense charcoal drawings showing the changing face of the area. Her depictions include views from the streets, inside the construction site and from within a completed flat on the 17th floor.

A small exhibition of the images is on show at the Geffrye Museum, Kingsland Road, and was recently extended until 11 February 2012. Entrance is free.

Last Updated 16 January 2012

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These are great. Will take a look. Taaaaaa.