After staying only a few months in London in the late 1950s, Sergio Larrain came back with a series of pictures that offer an extraordinarily powerful vision of the city. Firmly rooted in tradition, at the same time, these photographs show signs of a new society ready to emerge. In the streets of the British capital, in its parks, clubs, and pubs, the Chilean photographer captures the certitude and division of classes at the dawn of a new decade. Published in 1998, seven years after Valparaiso and by the same editor, this series on London long remained unknown.

Format: Softcover
Pages: 64
Size: 9 1/5" x 6 1/3"
Publishers: Editions Hazan (Paris, 1998);
"London", Dewi Lewis Publishing (London, 1998); "Londra", Peliti Associati (Roma, 1998)