OUTPOSTS

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Commissioned originally by the National Media Museum in association with the Imperial War Museum, this research investigates how British military basing patterns that were utilized, and architecturally designed specifically for the Northern Ireland conflict became the forerunner for modern international warfare. Winner, The Bradford Fellowship 2010The Bradford Fellowship is a partnership between the Bradford Museum, Bradford College and the University of Bradford. The Fellowship supports established photographers to develop their professional practice, while working with the institutional partners to enhance the cultures, practice and knowledge of photography. The commitment of the partners to the Fellowship has resulted in significant legacies, both in allowing photographers to create important new bodies of work, and enriching the National Photography Collection through the acquisition of their work. There have been 16 Bradford Fellows since it was established in 1985.
LanguageEnglish
Size24
Publication statusPublished - 22 Dec 2010
EventOUTPOSTS - National Media Museum / Bradford, United Kingdom
Duration: 30 Sep 2011 → …

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Wylie, D. (Author). (2010). OUTPOSTS. Exhibition
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