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The Great British Seaside: Photography from the 1960s to the present, National Maritime Museum, March 2018

National Maritime Museum

Lovely vintage ice cream van parked outside the Maritime Museum

Who doesn’t love the British Seaside? Who doesn’t love the feel of sand between your toes, a plastic windbreaker at your back, a spade in your hand and ice cream dribbling down your chin?  1,120 more words

Museum Reviews

on camera as looking-glass

“Photography can be a mirror and reflect life as it is, but I also think that perhaps it is possible to walk, like Alice, through a looking-glass, and find another kind of world with the camera.”

Tony Ray-Jones

On Photography

Only in England: Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr. Bowes Museum. 

The first thing I saw at the entrance to the gallery for this exhibition was a glass case filled with memorabilia from Tony-Ray Jones, a particular Martin Parr touch given his love for ephemera. 603 more words