I finally made it to the little exhibition of Denise Scott Brown’s photographs in Betts Project, a small gallery on Central Street in what used to be Finsbury. Her first husband, Robert Scott Brown, a fellow South African, had a Leica and was used to processing photographs. She does not pretend to be a professional photographer: ‘I’m not a photographer. I shoot for architecture – if there’s art here it’s a byproduct’. But she has a good eye for the culture of the American southwest, including, not surprisingly, Las Vegas: ‘In 1965, after ten years of urbanism, my foci were automobile cities of the American Southwest, social change, multiculturalism, action, everyday architecture, “messy vitality”, iconography, and Pop Art. Waywardness lay in more than my eye’.