These pensive black-and-white photographs from the 70s and 80s document the capital’s urban landscape and its people. Sometimes puzzling, often mysterious, Berris Conolly’s images show parts of London that many may never have seen; for others they will be a portal to the past.

Berris Conolly, formerly a commercial photographer, turned to documentary photography in the 70s, at first capturing his neighbourhood in Hackney before a commission took him to Sheffield – where he still lives today.

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