Open-air photographic exhibition at Albert Dock

Albert Dock in Liverpool is the location for an open-air gallery displaying 360° time-lapse photographs of Britain’s piers.

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Albert Dock in Liverpool is the location for an open-air gallery displaying 360° time-lapse photographs of Britain’s piers. Entitled ‘Time and Tide,’ the exhibition is the work of Lawrence George Giles, a Liverpool-born photographic artist and is part of Sea Liverpool 2005 celebrations. Funded by Liverpool Culture Company, the exhibition is a culmination of four years of travelling around the country photographing piers by Lawrence, taking more than 1000 photographs at each location. Lawrence comments: “ I wanted to explore the place seaside pleasure piers hold in our childhood and in our collective memories…. I hope these images help rekindle memories for those who view them and encourage people to revisit these or similar sites which many hold poignant memories for themselves.” The exhibition will run from June 17th until July 15th. To view more of Lawrence’s work, go to www.timeandtide.info

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