Rectory Gardens

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S: Rectory Gardens Sam Cook

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2: Rectory Gardens Rectory Gardens is a street in London, which has been occupied by squatters for over fifty years. The Street (which is more of a lane) lies hidden behind an old school, sheltered from society. The houses are small, attached and visibly dilapidated. Some of the residents have been living there for over 35 years. This book documents the characters and the aura surrounding the street, portraying and exposing the outcast for mainstream audience, an insight into the mundane and extraordinary.

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  • Title: Rectory Gardens
  • Rectory Gardens is a street in Clapham Old Town, London which has been inhabited by squatters for over fifty years. The Street (which is more of a lane) lies hidden behind an old school, sheltered from society. The houses are small, attached and visibly dilapidated. The community is full of fascinating people some of which have been living there for over 35 years. This book captures the aura surrounding the street.
  • Tags: art, b, clapham, collaboration photography, common, documentary, documentary photography, larry clark, lcc, london, london college of communication, photography, portraiture, porttraits, rectory gardens, richard billingham, sam cook, squats, squatters
  • Published: over 5 years ago