**STOP PRESS** The photographs will be displayed in impressive 2×2 metre backlit cubes so the exhibition can be enjoyed day or night. Along Union Canal at Paddington Central W2 (short walk from Paddington station and Warwick Avenue underground), now until 20th April then at Triton Square NW1, (short walk from Warren Street & Euston Square underground) until 12th May. **STOP PRESS**
Photographer Holly Wren’s most recent project showcases a series of environmental and headshot portraits celebrating the older generation and their universal and timeless experiences of love. Her subjects are all over the age of 70 and have largely been introduced to Holly through Contact the Elderly, the national charity supported by this exhibition. Captured at their homes in late 2015, Holly’s subjects have all lived romantic love in its varying forms and each have a unique and personal story to share. You can read their individual stories throughout the exhibition spaces in the first and second floor lobbies at The Broadgate Tower and also hear their stories told personally in videos on this site. All videos have been created specifically for the exhibition by Bold Content.
The exhibition is held in partnership with the charity Contact the Elderly and is supporting them in their work with older people. Through its nationwide monthly tea parties, the charity aims to nurture a sense of belonging and lifelong friendship to those living largely in isolation. You can support Contact The Elderly’s amazing work either by donating or by volunteering just a few hours of your time each month.
Visit www.contact-the-elderly.org.uk to find out more about joining their team of volunteers.
Text FOTO14 followed by the amount you’d like to donate to 70070 to give to Contact The Elderly.
All donations, no matter how large or small, are greatly appreciated.