Acclaimed photographer Andrew Brooks is staging an exhibition of images supported by MIDAS, Manchester’s Investment and Development agency, to promote the range of commercial property available to investor businesses.
The display of Andrew’s iconic photography was launched on 11th March at 52 Princess Street, Manchester and is open weekdays from 10am to 4pm until mid-April.
Andrew Brooks said: “You can read the history of Manchester in its streets and buildings, from the grand old Victorian symbols of prosperity to the vibrant modern place that it is today. Manchester continues to grow and renew itself.”
The photographer, digital artist and film-maker lives and works in Manchester and specialises in images that depict urban scenes.
MIDAS is supporting the exhibition as a means of promoting the wide range of commercial premises available throughout the Manchester City Region to existing and potential investor companies.
Colin Sinclair, chief executive of MIDAS, said: “Andrew’s stunning photography portrays the impressive portfolio of commercial property that addresses the needs of investors in a wide range of corporate sectors.”
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