James is to present a series of large-scale colour photographs in a new exhibition in London, UK, at the end the month. The photographs explore Montreal’s Habitat 67, the residential complex designed by architect Moshe Safdie for the World Exposition of 1967.
The exhibition is taking place at the studios of Jonathan Tuckey Design. It marks the launch of a new season of Building on the Built, a lecture series hosted by the practice examining ideas around architecture and existing buildings.
A private view is to be held on Wednesday 31st January from 6.30pm. If you are interested in attending please send a reply to RSVP@buildingonthebuilt.org.
James will also be giving an introductory talk the following week, presenting his work and wider thoughts on photography and architecture today.