Havering Museum

Vivian Maier Talk by Dr. Ian Browne

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11/05/2019 13:30 - 14:45
Havering Museum
Phone:01708 766571
Address: 19-21 High St, Romford RM1 1JU, UK

The talk will explore the fascinating and unravelling story of street photographer extraordinaire Vivian Maier. Between the 1940s – 80 Maier took thousands of photographs in Chicago and New York, capturing the many faces of twentieth century city life. The talk includes material exclusive to the Tate franchise.

Tickets £5 each including light refreshment.

Advance booking required.

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS THE NEW DATE

IT IS NOW ON 11th May

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