‘Roger, Flat A27’ (Photography by Liam Leslie)

01 June - 30 June

11:00 -19:00

'The residues of previous residents clung to the interiors’
Douglas Stuart, 'Shuggie Bain’, 2020

Velorose reopens after lockdown for the London Festival of Architecture with ‘Roger, Flat A27’, an exhibition of photography by Liam Leslie, 4 years after its inaugural show, also by the artist.

This series of images captures the traces of life that are so often left behind when a place that has been inhabited is vacated. The photographs allude to one person, and a life lived quite alone in a one-bedroom flat, and yet they touch upon the lives of all individuals; they say as much about the artist, and the viewer, as they do about the person who lived for decades in these spaces.

11am - 7pm Tuesday to Friday, 11am - 5pm Saturday and Sunday.

A Private View on Thursday 24 June accompanies the exhibition, together with the 'Care: Free?' Mail Art Project inviting responses to the show, and to the LFA 2021 theme of 'Care'.


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Image: Liam Leslie: ‘Bedroom', from the Series ‘Roger, Flat A27' (C-Type Print, 2019)



1b Charterhouse Square LONDON EC1M 6EE


Velorose is in a building at the corner of Charterhouse Square and Carthusian Street; entrance double doors on Carthusian Street

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