In 2015, the Museum of London began Beyond Documentary, a three-year project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. This project has allowed them to expand the museum’s photography collection by collecting images which push the boundaries of traditional photography. The Museum of London has been collecting and displaying photographs since its creation. The collection’s roots lie in the photographs acquired from 1912 onward by its precursor, the London Museum, and images acquired in the early 1970’s for the museum’s new home at London Wall.
“Battersea Power Station”, work of Vera Lutter explored by young people at the Museum of London
September 2, 2019