'problem in the city', alternative practice, alternative representation, alternative technology, captions...
'problem in the city', alternative practice, alternative representation, alternative technology, captions, class, collective working, commercial photography, community photography, exhibiting, fashion, helmut newton, housing, ica, larry herman, nick hedges, photojournalism, politics, pornography, poverty, printing, processing, ron mccormick, self-publishing, sexual politics, shelter, social realism, statement of aims
'quadrants', advertising, alternative technology, amateur, bertolt brecht, developing, documentary, exhibitions, lambeth, leo castelli, manuel alvarez bravo, marxism, mexico, photography as art, photography dealers, pinhole, processing, ralph gibson, robert golden, roland barthes, sarah cox, semiotics, socialism, south island workshop, strikes, sue west, surrealism, trade unions, visual language, walter benjamin, workers, working class
'quality of life', alternative technology, amber associates, arts council, arts council photography committee...
'quality of life', alternative technology, amber associates, arts council, arts council photography committee, barry kay, basement photography project, bbc, cable street, camerawork printing costs, children's photography, community arts, daily mail, daily mirror, developing, feminity, funding applications, hmpw, homosexuality, i.r.a, korean war, maire drumm, natural light, patronage, photojournalism, picture post, processing, semiotics, side gallery and cinema, social realism, strikes, tabloids, television news, text and image, thames television, the box room gallery, the sun, tower hamlets arts project, transgender, transvestite, vanessa redgrave, visual language, whitechapel art gallery, wwii, zone system
'working lives', alternative technology, amateur, art photography, capitalism, centreprise publishing project, children's photography, class, commercial photography, curriculum, depth of focus, documentary, ethnography, factories, half moon photography workshop educational collective, industrial, marxism, mass reproduction, neo-realism, nude, objectification, paul strand, photography as evidence, picture post magazine, pinhole, portrait photography, printing, robert golden, roger mayne, routine, social realism, viewpoint, work, workers' educational association
'a seventh man', 'on photography', 'the family of man', 1973 coup, allende, alternative technology, attica rebellion, bikers, bill jay, black british, capitalism, captions, civil rights movement, class stereotypes, colonialism, copper industry, decline of photography, developing world, development of photography, documentary, economics of photography vs. film, editing, english psyche, exhibition captions, from photography to film, international labour office, lung disease, magnum, maternity, migrant workers, mining communities, oral history, photo-book, photography and memory, photography criticism, photomontage, pin-ups, play environments, political prisoners, pornography, post-colonialism, private vs. public photography, propaganda, publishing, racial discrimination, steel works, third world, touring exhibitions, trade unions, un, universality, us prisons, women workers, working children, workplace deaths, world health organisation
'mass observation ltd.', 1930s, advertising, alternative technology, bolton worktown project, british surrealism, censorship, charles madge, collage, colonialism, consensus politics, consumer research, daily mirror, documentary, espionage, federal writers' project, graffiti, graham bell, great depression, humphrey jennings, humphrey spender, john ruskin, judith henderson, julian trevylan, mass observation (m.o.), met' cards, mike abrahams, ministry of information, n.u.j., national front, nigel henderson, paul nash, pop art, poverty, processing, propaganda, pubs, richard hoggart, social anthropology, social realism, social survey, the blitz, the centre for contemporary cultural studies, the new left, tom harrisson, worktown project (bolton), ww2
'public' vs. 'private' photography, 19th century photography, album photography, amateur, archetypes...
'public' vs. 'private' photography, 19th century photography, album photography, amateur, archetypes, art photography, cabinet photo, calotypes, carte-de-visite, celebrity, commodification of sex, commodity, daguerrotype, david bowie, democratisation of photography, documentary, dolls, drug culture, early commercial photography, early studio portrait photography, environmental portraits, experiences of sitters, fame, families, family albums, fashion photography, glamour, holiday photos, hollywood, homelessness, housing, individuality, Memory, mothers, national campaign for the homeless, objectification, paparazzi, photo-portrait, pictorialism, pin-up, pop art, pornography, portrait, portrait photography, portrait photography vs paintings, portraits of musicians, portraiture, poverty, prostitutes, prostitution, publicity, punk, record industry, rembrandt, second sight, self-portrait, shelter, snapshots, star system, stereograph, storyville portraits, studio portrait photography, subculture, the nude, weegee, women photographers
510 centre, altab ali, alternative press, alternative technologies, anti-nazi league, arts council, bangladeshi communities, beaford photography archive, blackfriars photography project, blackfriars settlement, blackfriars youth project, blind people, bonfire press, british movement, catering workers, centreprise, coin street, commission for racial equality, community photography, community publishing, darkrooms, dave hoffman, demolition, disability, disabled photographers, documentary, exit, farming, glc, gulbenkian foundation, hackney and tower hamlets defence committee, hospitals, housing, islington gutter press, manchester free school, mental health, national empty property campaign, national front, north paddington community darkroom, north west arts, offsite, paul carter, paul trevor, pensioners, photo-journalism, photo-kit, police racism, printing, property developers, racism, reading museum of rural life, schools, self-publishing, shelter, skinheads, southwark general strike, split image, squatting, street exhibition, tape-slide, tenants action group, the factory, the photographic gallery, tower hamlets arts project, trinity arts, union place, urban aid, waterloo festival, womens' institutes, workers educational association, young offenders
anti-realism, archives, camera obscura, camerawork, camerawork readers' meeting, canon, capitalism, civil war, community, community photography, diagram, do it yerself, eikoh hosoe, family collection, fsln, history, horror, industry, instructions, japanese photography today and its origins, lewisham, managua, manchester studies archive rescue, marxism, news photography, nicaragua dictatorship and revolution, oral history, photography agencies, photography analysis, photography theory, photojournalism, phototography practice, political, race today, realism, sandinista, self-image, socialism, somoza, visual representation
1880, activism, advertising, anti-racism, blair peach, bryant & may, capitalism, cliches, commercial photography, community, conservative, copyright, court, deborah turbeville, demonstation, demonstration, depression, do it yourself, economic policy, environment, fashion, fashion industry, female gaze, friends of blair peach committee, guy bourdin, helmut newton, inquest, intellectual property, intervention, labour history, law, male gaze, match-girls, matchbox, mechanical reproduction, media representation, national museum of labour history, nuclear, nuclear power station, nuclear waste, peter kennard, photography/politics, pinhole, police, police brutality, political statement, postcards, printer, privacy, property, protest, racial tension, radioactive waste, representations of women, rights, social reform, stereotypes, strike, teds, union, unionisation, vogue, walkerprint, who killed blair peach? police racism, windscale, windscale inquiry