An evening of talks exploring artists' and writers' responses to the place of memory in London.
Nostalgia for the changing countryside is a well-worn groove, but how does the concept translate to representations of the city?
Do images of loss and change, and ideas of homesickness take on a different tone in the modern metropolis?
Organised by Thomas Marks, Editor of Apollo Magazine, and Christopher Woodward, Garden Museum Director, giving five perspectives.
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