The largest exhibition of Cafe Art's MyLondon photographs, from 2013-2016, opened in King's College London (KCL) last night when a group of photographers from the project were hosted by students from the Dickson Poon School of Law.
The exhibition is in the lower ground level of Somerset House, London. The selection is from four years of the contest where around 100 one-time-use cameras are given to people affected by homelessness for five days in July.
The theme is "my London" and results in more than 2,500 images being printed in black and white and colour, then narrowed down to 20 for the exhibition and then after a public vote, 13 for each calendar.
The 30 photos in this exhibition are from the 52 images that made it into the calendars, alongside the captions written and edited by the photographers.
A creative take on the photographs
Five photos from the exhibition are interpreted by students from the Dickson Poon School of Law in this exhibition.
Anyone can see the exhibition by appointment, but please contact us at Cafe Art to arrange a time.