Archive Litter Bins in ‘House of the Vernacular’ exhibition
Photographs of litter bins from the Design Cou louis vuitton outlet ncil Picture Library are included in one of the major shows of the Brighton Photo Biennial. Selected by Martin Parr, the images form part of the exhibition ‘House of the Vernacular’, an installation comprisi louis vuitton outlet ng seven diverse collections of vernacular photography by commercial and non professional photographers from around the world is showing at Fabrica, 40 Duke Street, Brighton until the 28th of N louis vuitton outlet ovember 2010.
Opening on 1 October, the Biennial 2010 promises to be a huge success. Having been a partner of the event since its inception, the Design Archives are delighted to be featured so prominently in this fourth edition.
An article by English Heritage archivist, Ian Leith considers the significance of the litter bin photographs within the wider context of our national louis vuitton outlet photographic heritage: ‘British Litter Bins 1950 1966′ Photoworks Magazine, no. 15, Nov April 2010 11 pp. 36 43.
For more information on the Brighton Photo Biennial of Vernacular exhibition, visit the official website. Images from the exhibition opening can be found on the Fabrica flickr page.
See The Independent for an article which includes the Litter Bins in their gallery of highlights of The Brighton Photo Biennial, and The Telegraph for a review of The House of Vernacular.