Oct 3, 2020

NEWS: Exhibition 'Facing Britain'


'Facing Britain', British documentary photography since the 1960s 
Museum Goch, Germany
27 September – 8 November 2020

Curated by Ralph Goertz and organised by the Institut für Kunstdokumentation und Szenografie, Facing Britain brings together British documentary photographers in a large overview exhibition.

Rob Bremner
John Bulmer
Thom Corbishley
Robert Darch
Anna Fox
Ken Grant
Judy Greenway
Mohamed Hassan
Paul Hill
David Hurn
Barry Lewis
Markéta Luskańćová
Kirsty Mackay
Niall McDiarmid
Daniel Meadows
Peter Mitchell
Tish Murtha
John Myers
Jon Nicholson
Kevin O’Farrell
Martin Parr
Mark Pinder
Paul Reas
Simon Roberts
Syd Shelton
Dave Sinclair
Homer Sykes
Jon Tonks

Oct 3, 2020

'Facing Britain', British documentary photography since the 1960s 
Museum Goch, Germany
27 September – 8 November 2020

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<< Agee and Evans >>
Inspirations: 1 of 10

James Agee and Walker Evans. Book. 1941. Let Us Now Praise Famous Men. Sent in 1936 to produce a magazine article on the poverty of white sharecroppers in Alabama, Agee and photographer Evans stretched out the assignment and made a book instead. Agee didn't have a rule book to tell him what precisely to document. So he precisely documented everything: from the depth of dust in a drawer to his passionate feelings for one of his subjects. Here he observes a family preparing to be photographed by Evans: "...looking into your eyes and seeing thus, how each of you is a creature which has never in all time existed before and which shall never in all time exist again and which is not like any other and which has the grand stature and natural warmth of every other..."