Recognised as one of the first industrial and architectural photographers to use his corporate commissions to make cultural commentary on the workplace, Maurice Broomfield is displaying his work at the Elms Lesters Painting Rooms in London’s Flitcroft Street. The exhibition will run from 12-20 March. Broomfield took the above photograph – entitled Bearing – when he witnessed this ‘inspection of bearings while making a survey’.
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The museum is set to open in September, and will include permanent galleries showcasing historical and current Scottish design and a temporary exhibition on the cultural impact of ocean liners.