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Brutalust: Celebrating Southampton’s Post-War Architecture

The K6 Gallery in the centre of Southampton is hosting Brutalust, an exhibition of new photography focusing on the city’s post-war architecture.

Writer Owen Hatherley has curated work by photographers Greg Moss, Daniel Cane and James Newell, which celebrates some of Southampton’s best post-war buildings.

As the name suggests, the K6 Gallery is a unique exhibition space that utilises two Grade II-listed red phone boxes (kiosk number 6), which were designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1935.

The exhibition runs from 10 January to 7 April. See the K6 Gallery website for more information about the accompanying talk by Owen Hatherley, an online photo exhibition and the Brutalust Photo Booklet.