Photographer and writer Lewis Bush has recast London as a living memory palace laced with symbolic objects representing the city’s past in his latest series of images. The black and white snaps have been captured over the last four years and offer a commentary on the speed at which the city is changing and its past is being eroded.
Preview Bush’s pictures below before heading to the Westminster Reference Library to see them IRL. You can also pick up a free newspaper based on the series while you’re there.
City Dust, Westminster Reference Library, 35 St Martin’s Street, WC2H 7HP. Until Sat Jul 23.
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