Capturing the City: Photography at the Bank of England at the Bank of England Museum Free

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Trace the history of photography as it reveals the bank’s past with Capturing the City: Photography at the Bank of England at the Bank of England Museum

Images from the Bank of England’s own photography collection, which spans the entire history of the medium, go on display alongside artworks and artefacts in this free exhibition. Explore the history of the bank – from its building to its staff and social activity since the Victorian era – through these rarely-seen photographs and objects, while tracing the history of photography itself.

Winning entries from the photography competition ran in partnership with the Royal Photographic Society are also showcased in the exhibition, and you could even get your own photos featured via the Bank of England’s #CitySnapsBoE Twitter competition.

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Admission: Free (USD0.00)

Venue Details & Map

Bank of England Museum

Address
Bartholomew Lane
City of London
London
EC2R 8AH
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7601 5545
Public transport:
Tube/DLR: Bank. Tube/Rail: Liverpool Street Rail: Fenchurch Street or Cannon Street (weekdays only)

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