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Central Saint Martins MA students interrogate the archives

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This month we enjoyed working with a talented group of students from Central Saint Martins' Culture, Criticism and Curation MA.


Posted on 4th May 2020 at 12:00am

TAGS: central saint martins, collaboration, brick lane, touring exhibitions

Visit our virtual exhibition

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Our FORMATFESTIVAL19 exhibition Radical Visions: Camerawork Revisited has been captured in virtual reality! 

Many thanks to V21 Artspace. Explore the exhibition here. 


Posted on 11th March 2020 at 12:00am

TAGS: exhibition

2019 WEBAWARD Winners!

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Four Corner's Archive has won 'Best Photography Website' in the 2019 WEBAWARDS


Posted on 17th December 2019 at 12:00am

TAGS: award, winners, webawards, design, photography

Behind the Lens: George Plemper

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When George Plemper was a teacher at Thamesmead School in South London, he began photographing his students. These children had been written off by many as ‘problem kids’, but through photography, George found a way to instil them with confidence and help others see them in the same positive light he did.

 After leaving teaching, George took these images to Ed Barber and Mike Goldwater, and they became the basis for the Half Moon Photography Touring Show ‘Lost at School’. Forty years later, George talks to us about this project.


Posted on 5th November 2019 at 12:00am

Behind the Lens: Nick Hedges

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Nick Hedges’ exhibition ‘Factory Photographs’ was shown at the Half Moon Gallery in 1978. The exhibition was a documentary study in text and images of factories in the Midlands. We spoke to Nick about the project and how it shaped his views on photography.


Posted on 4th October 2019 at 12:00am