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A-EM's look at London's 'highest hidden places' arrives

Tonight (25 June) Clerkenwell-based architect A-EM officially opens its Upshot exhibition at the National Theatre showcasing photographs from London’s ‘highest hidden places’.

The show, which features 21 huge photos by photographer Alan Williams, follows on from the practice’s surprise hit from the London Biennale two years ago – SubUrban, which featured shots of rarely-seen spaces below the capital.

Among the pictures in the new exhibition are photographs of normally out-of-bound areas in the Victoria & Albert Museum, Westminster Abbey, the Oxo Tower and Battersea Power Station, as well as glimpses behind private doors in No. 1 Poultry and Lubetkin’s Highpoint.

Part of the month-long London Festival of Architecture, the images are on display along the Baylis Terrace at the National Theatre, on the South Bank.

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