The Co-operative Revolution public exhibition
Genre: Public Art
Article by: Koko - First Published: 3/12/12
Leeds Headrow currently holds a giant open air street gallery of photographs. This is a part of a national tour which portrays the history, scope and importance of the Co-operative worldwide. It consists of 24 images on 3meter high installations and narrates how the Co-operative have risen from the hardworking conditions and poverty of the mid 19th century,into a global movement with an estimated 1.4million individual enterprises.
The exhibition has been catching the eye of art lovers, student, christmas shoppers and passes by since the 14th of November and will remain til the 14th of January.
The outdoor gallery is illuminated at night and is open to everyone.
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