Tag Archives: documentary photography

Killed Negatives

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Over at the Whitechapel Gallery the exhibition Killed Negatives adds some critical elements to both the FSA and Lange’s story with unseen images printed for the first time having been subjected to physical redaction at the time. The American government through the Information Department of the Farm Security Administration instigated one of the world’s first […]

Barbican celebrates Dorothea Lange and Vanessa Winship

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           In an era where women are finally being recognised for their contribution to humanity it is apposite that two female photographers who have demonstrated their strength, integrity, passion, empathy and creativity should feature at the Barbican’s double-header retrospective the Politics of Seeing, reviewing Dorothea Lange’s influential career and contemporary documentary photographer […]

Exposure47 Interview with Radio Scilly 21 April 2015

20 Apr
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Photographer Annie Cole a member of the photographic collective Exposure47 will be interviewed on Radio Scilly by presenter Keri on the 21 April 2015 . Annie will be talking to Keri about Exposure47 and two of her photographic projects, The Renovation of Shah and the time she spent with Master Craftsman Peter Martin while ‘Shah’ […]

Vivian Maier – Street Photographer

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[ gallery ] Followers of documentary photography will by now not need an introduction to Vivian Maier whose street photography hit the photography world in 2009.  Her work was discovered by chance when three collectors John Maloof, Ron Slatery and Randy Prow attended a storage dispersal sale in 2007 and purchased at that point an […]

The coat – it’s the principle of it

15 Jun
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The occupy movement dominated the headlines in the winter of 2011 & early 2012. A global movement sprung up throughout the local suburbs of many western cities. The camp outside St Pauls, London was the focal point for the national press in Britain, however many eyes in the west were drawn to the ‘slum city’ […]

The Capital’s Winter Warmers

08 Apr
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London’s winter exhibition season was full with familiar treats and new inspirations. The Hayward Gallery brings matches two photographers together who are not well known in Europe Eva Mendiata,Traces and Go Away Closer by Dayanita Singh. Cuban born Mendiata’s all too brief carrier encompassed multi media, land art, performance, drawing, 3-D work and especially film […]

Life Encounters (vol 1)

07 Sep

This collection of images is a personal memento of my journey as an image-maker so far, a museum of exhibits from my life as i have seen it, a series of permanent flash backs. I have an addiction to record that will continue as my life, experiences and encounters expand my collection of visual memories. […]