100 Faces of London
An exhibition of 100 Faces of London, the first component of the London Trilogy, was mounted in the Crypt Gallery at St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, for a period of 5 weeks, from 11 June 2012. This coincided, as envisaged, with the Cultural Olympiad. The exhibition was viewed by many thousands of visitors.
All photographs: copyright © Milan Svanderlik - London - UK
Page Modified: 5th February 2019
During the exhibition's Official Opening, on 12th June 2012, the Heritage Book was presented by the photographer to Mr John Falconer of the British Library, where it will be retained for posterity.
All the images were printed by the photographer, with the mounting and construction of the exhibition panels undertaken by a firm of display specialists in Basingstoke.
The photographer, together with a team of kind helpers, supervised the actual installation of the exhibition at the Crypt Gallery.
The exhibition of 100 Faces of London at the Crypt Gallery, 11th June to 14th July 2012
Olatuni Johnson (TJ) next to his own image, at the Official Opening on 12th June 2012