The Wapping Project Bankside has partnered with Mallett, the renowned antique furniture dealers, to present a unique and original hang of contemporary photographic work. It’s an exceptional synergy of classic and contemporary.
The showrooms are set over four floors of a classical townhouse, which was built as the London palace for the Bishop of Ely in 1772 and remained the Episcopal residence until 1909. The Bishop employed Robert Taylor to draw up the designs for the building, a renowned neo-classical architect famed for the figure of ‘the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street, amongst other designs.
Ely House, with its historical importance and exceptional interiors, is the ideal setting for this unique collaboration.