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LCC recommends: Things to do in London in July


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02 July 2018

We’ve rounded up top things to do this month as recommended by LCC students, staff and our local community.

Exhibitions to visit:

August Sander. Men Without Masks

Hauser & Wirth London

An exhibition dedicated to the late German photographer, a forefather of conceptual art and pioneering documentarian of human diversity. A selection of rare large scale works from this pioneering documentarian of work made in Germany between 1910 and 1931. “Sander’s ‘People of the Twentieth Century’ is rightly held up as one of the most important bodies of photographic work ever produced” recommends Christopher Stewart, Programme Director Photography.

Find out more about August Sander. Men Without Masks

Dorothea Lange/Vanessa Winship: A Photography Double Bill

Art Gallery, Barbican Centre

A double bill of exhibitions featuring pioneering documentary photographer and visual activist, Dorothea Lange, and award-winning contemporary photographer, Vanessa Winship. “The brilliant Dorothea Lange’s Depression era photographs including those she shot for the Farm Security Administration in the 1930’s, including a whole room devoted to her iconic Migrant Mother portrait. And a long overdue solo show of the British documentary photographer Vanessa Winship – one of the most important contemporary documentary photographers working at the moment.”  recommends Christopher Stewart, Programme Director Photography.

Find out more about Dorothea Lange/Vanessa Winship: A Photography Double Bill

Events to visit:

Wimbledon on the Summer Big Screen

Elephant Park

Soak up the summer sun and catch all the Wimbledon action from the grassy surrounds of Elephant Park. “There’s some fun stuff happening over the summer in Elephant Park, I’ll be heading there every day for the tennis!’ recommends Gill Henderson, Regeneration and Cultural Partnerships Manager.

For more information on Wimbledon at Elephant Park 

Imagine Peace

LCC Studio, Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre

Imagine Peace is a portrait exhibition by Ingrid Guyon and Antonio Amador, that celebrates Colombian women of the diaspora living in the UK and Spain. Accompanying the exhibition a series of workshops, performances and readings. Friday 6 July – Sunday 8 July – Free and open to all.

For more information and the full programme of Imagine Peace

Elephant Park’s Outdoor Cinema

Elephant Park

As part of the Summer Series at Elephant Park, join a public choice movie night at the Outdoor Cinema. Voted for by the public, join the screening on 12 July 7-9pm – free and open to all.

For more information about Elephant Park’s Outdoor Cinema

Research Lab

Siobhan Davies Studios

For one week Siobhan Davies Studios will become a laboratory for dancing, teaching, and making. The Research Lab will focus on researching through (rather than about) dancing, teaching and making. Five artists will share their practice-based research in an informal, facilitated and inquisitive space of peers. Free and open to all – booking advised.

Find out more about and to book for Research Lab

Places to go: 

Elephant Park 

Open to everyone with mature trees, play trails, a performance area and plenty of open green space to relax, the new park provides a fantastic new public space and a new green heart for the Elephant & Castle community.

Find out more about Elephant Park

Image Credit: Elephant Park – Wimbledon Big Screen

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