Debut London solo show portrays the 'classic British holiday snapshot'

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Debut London solo show portrays the 'classic British holiday snapshot'

Drawing from the idea of her ancestors in exile, artist Rebecca Harper's 'Concrete Shadows' contains deep echoes of personal displacement.

Portrayed through the aesthetic of the classic British holiday snapshot, the exhibition is now on at Huxley-Parlour gallery.

Concrete Shadows by Rebecca Harper is on at the Huxley Parlour gallery in Picadilly until the 12th of October 

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