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Go See: View at Battersea Power Station – one-off exhibition

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© Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum Michigan USA ©Hufton+Crow/VIEW & VITRAHAUS Germany by Herzog + de Meuron ©Fernando Guerra/VIEW

Architectural photo library VIEW are putting on a one-off exhibition at Battersea Power Station during London Open House, 21 and 22 Sept. This is the first time the looming south London monument site has been opened to the public for Open House — and the last for some years, since building work has already started on the flats that they are fitting into the site.
Individual photographs from 28 VIEW photographers will be shown outdoors on the timber storage structures that sit in the new park that has been created on the riverside in front of the power station. The public will be queueing along the hoarding to get into the building, but the VIEW show can be seen by anyone without joining the queue: just go to the southern end of Chelsea Bridge to access the site.

Thanks to Graham E for help on this article