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Rachel Lichtenstein

Rachel Lichtenstein is a writer, artist and archivist.[1]

In 1999 she wrote Rodinsky's Room with Iain Sinclair, and since then she has published Rodinsky's Whitechapel (1999) and On Brick Lane (2007).[2] This last will be joined by two other books, Hatton Garden and Portobello Road to form a trilogy on London street markets.

In 2003, she became the British Library's first Pearson Creative Research Fellow, producing a work entitled Add. 17469: A Little Dust Whispered – both as an installation within the Library, and a subsequent book.[1]

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Books
Installations
  • Shoah (1993)
  • Add. 17469: A Little Dust Whispered (2003)

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