Imagined dialogues: About the North

Ken Grant (Photographer)

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Abstract

About the North : Imagined Dialogues is an exhibition that draws together significant responses to the North of England by photographers over the last 50 years. The survey, including work by 35 photographers was shown at the Side Gallery, Newcastle. Ken Grant contributed four large photographs to the exhibition, selected from the football series 'A Topical Times for These Times'.
Contributors to the show were: About the North: Imagined Dialogues – Ian Berry, Peter Bialobrzeski, Bill Brandt, Tessa Bunney, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Dean Chapman, Mik Critchlow, Alex Currie, John Davies, Martine Franck, Peter Fryer, Julian Germain, Ken Grant, Richard Grassick, Nick Hedges, Chris Killip, Isabella Jedrzejczyk, Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen, Ian Macdoland, Daniel Meadows, Tish Murtha, Simon Norfolk, Martin Parr, Keith Pattison, Bruce Rae, Simon Roberts, Ja`mes Sebright, Graham Smith, Chris Steele-Perkins, Jindrich Streit, Paul Trevor, Vanessa Winship, Tom Wood.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 8 Jun 2018

Keywords

  • Photography and class
  • Photography and Communities
  • Photography and the North
  • Working class culture

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