Who isn't fascinated by a peek into their neighbour's lives? An exhibition in Tidy Street, in Brighton's North Laine, provides us with a legitimate opportunity to do just that. Working with photographer Lisa Creagh, the residents have chosen
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The birth of a child, a father feeding a fox, an encounter with the first man in space, the commemoration of a mounteneer's death - these are just a few of the striking images brought together for an exhibition in the North laine
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Artist Lisa Creagh has turned a street into a tribute to the snapshot with enlarged photographs taken from the residents' personal albums put on display in their front windows. Go to Tidy Street in Brighton's North laine before October 22 to see the pictures.
Households on a street in Brighton are displaying photos of their family members as part of an art exhibition. The enlarged images, which have been placed across windows in Tidy Street as part of Brighton Photo Fringe, glow The artist said her project generated when lights are switched on "extraordinary stories" after dark. Artist Lisa Creagh, who instigated the project, wanted to tell the stories of the people who live in the houses. "Every home has a different world and hopefully the pictures are an illustration of that," she said.