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19th October, 2015

Inside Out Festival 2015: Daniel Meadows: Early Photographic Works

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Date:
19th October, 2015
Time:
Various - see website
End Date:
31st October, 2015
Venue:
Upper, Well and Atrium Galleries, London College of Communication, Elephant & Castle, London SE1 6SB
Price:
Free

London College of Communication, UAL presents the first retrospective of the career of Daniel Meadows – photographer, documentarian, digital storyteller and unofficial co-founder of a uniquely British photography movement. Curated by Val Williams, Director of Photography and the Archive Research Centre.

In the early 1970s, Daniel Meadows embarked on a journey to create a social snapshot of Britain, breaking with photography tradition and infusing the medium with new energies and ways of seeing.

His practice developed at Manchester Polytechnic, where he trained alongside fellow photographers Martin Parr, Brian Griffin, Charlie Meecham and Peter Fraser. Together they spearheaded a new documentary movement intent on establishing an independent method for making and disseminating photographs, outside the existing conventions of commercial practitioners and photojournalists.

Meadows’ resulting work displays complexity and passion, and confers a personal and sometimes deeply autobiographical imprint. During his career he has produced an astonishing record of urban British society, working in a uniquely collaborative way, through photography, digital stories and recorded interviews, to capture extraordinary aspects of everyday life.

The exhibition is accompanied by a book, Daniel Meadows: Edited Photographs from the 70s and 80s published by Photoworks. The project has been funded and supported by a partnership between the National Media Museum, Ffotogallery, Cardiff, Birmingham Central Libraries, Photography and the Archive Research Centre, University of the Arts London and Photoworks UK.


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