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The Curve space at the Barbican is hosting a new installation made up of thousands of prints taken of local litter using an early photographic method called cyanotype.

Walead Beshty, artist in residence during the autumn, has transformed the Curve by covering the wall of the exhibition space from floor to ceiling with more than 12,000 cyanotype prints. The huge photographic collage features detritus from his studio, discarded personal objects and newspapers. The installation runs until 8 February.
www.barbican.org.uk

 

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