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Women's History Month Events

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Our online talks series is exploring how photography archives can both document the past and inspire the present. 

We are back with a new programme for Women's History Month, bringing together a range of brilliant speakers to discuss feminist film and photography. 


Posted on 18th March 2021 at 12:00am

Dream. Snap. Freedom: Radical Play Through Photography

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Explore our archive-inspired online programme curated by Central St Martins MA students.


Posted on 16th November 2020 at 12:00am

2019 WEBAWARD Winners!

Web Award 2019

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: Tricia Widdison

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In the early 1970s Tricia Widdison’s moved with her husband David to Toxteth, Liverpool, an area then wracked with economic stagnation and unemployment. Together they set about documenting their community. Tricia and David sought to represent the people of Toxteth from their own perspective, as an antidote to the romanticisation or castigation with which they were so often depicted. 

Tricia's photographs formed the exhibition ‘Bedford St. Liverpool 8’, which opened at Half Moon Gallery in May 1973. We spoke to her about the project.
 


Posted on 3rd September 2019 at 12:00am

TAGS: liverpool, poverty, housing, inner cities, documentary

Behind the Lens: Derek Smith

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Our second Behind the Lens interview is with Derek Smith. Derek’s photographs of Teesside were exhibited at the Half Moon Gallery in 1976. His images showed the resilience of a community in the face of a rapidly de-industrialising Britain.


Posted on 28th June 2019 at 12:00am

TAGS: derek smith, tees-side, industrial decline, community