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The changing face of London

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Photographer Mike Harding has won a competition to photograph the changing face of London with two images of the South Bank. The idea behind the London Photograph of the Year Award was 'to find an image reflecting the vibrancy the city is currently experiencing in the build-up to the millennium'. Although the Millennium Dome and Canary Wharf were also popular entries, they did not make the list of winners.

The judges were: Robert Elwall, curator of the British Architectural Library Photographs Collection; Robert Gordon Clark, deputy chief executive, London First; Rowan Moore, architectural correspondent, Evening Standard; Peter Murray, md, Wordsearch Communications; Alicia Pivaro, director riba Architecture Centre; David Rosen, partner, Pilcher Hershman & Partners; and Simon Silver, director of sponsor Derwent Valley Holdings.

First prize was £3000, second prize £1500 and third prize £500.

The winners and selected others are on display at Derwent Valley Holdings' Morelands development in Clerkenwell until 24 November 1998, Monday to Friday, 10.00 - 16.00.

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