What Soho Wore

Image: Giles Peterson, Patrick Forge and Charlie Dark, London, 1998. Image courtesy Charlie Dark.

From 15 July until 25 September 2016, Nina Manandhar, photographer and founder of the What We Wore archive project, will be in residence at The Photographers’ Gallery, mapping the hidden cultural history of Soho through people’s photography and stories. As independent clubs and shops are increasingly lost from the centre of the city, What Soho Wore explores the area’s rich cultural history and the role that photography has had within the multiple scenes, movements and communities that have made Soho what it was and is today.

Find out how to participate in the project here.

One Comment

  1. Not quite sure what this project brings to the cultural landscape or what this working is trying to say about Soho and surrounding events or clubs etc.

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