LFA 2018 Open House – A Photo Essay
29 May 2018
To mark more than two decades of commitment within the built environment, we appointed photographer Lewis Khan to create ‘Open House’.
It is a photographic journey across one of the world’s most dynamic cities, through the lives of people who work, study, or live in some of our most significant London Buildings.
This collection of powerful portraits celebrates the diversity and spirit of their residents: from students and office workers, to the homeless and designers. By peering into a mix of people, businesses, and lifestyles, ‘Open House’ creates a human mosaic highlighting the multifaceted allure of London’s occupants.
About Lewis Khan
Lewis Khan b.1990 is a photographer from London working with stills and moving images.
His practice is primarily concerned with exploring the human experience, finding humility in the overlooked, and challenging stereotypes within representation. It is an approach that is applied across subject matter, creating narrative based work that is rooted in realism and told through individuals, communities, and places.
Daily from 1st – 30th June 2018
Location: The TEA Building Reception, 56 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JJ
9am – 6pm