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Iain Sarjeant - Regeneration, Brown Owl Press, 2014, Newcastle-upon-Tyne






 Iain Sarjeant - Regeneration (Front)

Iain Sarjeant - Regeneration (Front)

 Iain Sarjeant - Regeneration (Spine)

Iain Sarjeant - Regeneration (Spine)

 Iain Sarjeant - Regeneration (Back)

Iain Sarjeant - Regeneration (Back)


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Pages: 34
Place: Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Year: 2014
Publisher: Brown Owl Press
Size: 21 x 15 cm (approx.)

Softcover, edition of 150 copies.
Leith is the port and waterfront of the city of Edinburgh, and like many similar areas in other cities it has undergone major redevelopment in recent years. The landscape has a strong industrial and historical feel, but dramatic regeneration has seen office blocks, shopping complexes and luxury flats radically change the skyline. For me, this contrast makes it a fascinating place to wander and observe – a landscape of constant change, with diverse architectural styles and building types alongside open areas of land in transition. This series of photographs, taken between 2010 and 2013, aims to explore the effects of these rapid changes on the landscape of Leith.

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