Epilogue – Peter Mitchell


RRB, 2021
Hardcover, 28,5 x 30,5 cm
100 pages, color photographs
English text

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Quarry Hill was a large housing estate in Leeds built in the 1930’s as part of a ‘great social experiment’ to accommodate an entire community of 3000 people. By the 1970’s both the vision and the flats were crumbling and the decision was made to demolish.

“I photograph dying buildings and Quarry Hill was terminal by the time I got to it. Times change and I know there was no point in keeping Quarry Hill Flats. But what it stood for might have been worth keeping” – Peter Mitchell

Weight 2 kg


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