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New exhibition captures 24 hours in Brick Lane's Beigel Bake

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Sonya Barber

Beigel Bake has filled hungry Brick Lane bellies 24 hours a day since 1974. As part of Photomonth, the aptly-named LDNtwentyfour7 collective has shot 24 portraits of happy bagel-munchers at every hour of the day – whether that's a drunken late-night bagel binge or a carb-heavy breakfast to ease that early start. The exhibition is the photography collective's debut show and it'll be on until November 15 at London's first 'happy café', which is appropriate seeing as those fresh-out-the-oven doughy balls of joy have been putting smiles on Londoners' faces for the last 41 years.

See some of the photographs from the show: 

Jonathan Goldberg

Jonathan Goldberg

Jonathan Goldberg

Jonathan Goldberg

Emma Marshall

Until November 15 at The Canvas Café, 42 Hanbury Street, E1 5JL.

Find out more about the exhibition.

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