US photographer Annie Leibovitz has a new exhibition focusing on significant places of cultural history including Virginia Woolf's writing table and the gathering place of the Bloomsbury group at Charleston.
She told the Today programme's Nicola Stanbridge that she was always "enthralled" by the level of creativity at Charleston and she thinks Duncan Grant's studio "has a big deep soul"
"Charleston is a study of that time and my pictures are like a notebook" she said. "You are definitely moved when walking through these rooms".
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