The Manx photographer spent decades highlighting the plight of working-class communities in northern England. A long-overdue retrospective reveals the enduring potency of that work.
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Soho Photography Quarter opened to the public last week, occupying the recently refurbished square directly outside the London gallery
As the country enters an uncertain political and social landscape once more, Peress’ 2,000-page document of Northern Irish life in the 1970s and 80s feels more pertinent than ever
The artist scoops the £30,000 prize for her solo exhibition Centropy at Kunsthalle Basel
Featuring work by artists including Cindy Sherman, David Bailey, Robert Frank and Irving Penn, The Photographers’ Gallery’s exhibition digs deep into the treasures of Antoine de Beaupré’s 15,000-strong record collection
The Photographers’ Gallery is celebrating its 50th anniversary looking back at the shows that shaped it. Here, in the final part of the series, director Brett Rogers talks us through the highlights of the 2000s and the 2010s
As The Photographers’ Gallery celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, Director Brett Rogers looks back at its legacy-shaping exhibitions during the 1990s.
In celebration of The Photographers’ Gallery 50th anniversary, a list of its most significant exhibitions have been gathered together. Here, director Brett Rogers talks us through the highlights of the 1980s
As The Photographers’ Gallery celebrates its 50th anniversary, director Brett Rogers talks through some of the 1970s highlights from its exhibition history