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Fragments of thought from visiting Liverpool, number 1.

The Girl On the Contact Sheet – Some comments on “Only in England” at the Walker Gallery. 

She’s there three times over. And the shots are straight into her face. 632 more words

New Jersey

Only in England: photos by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr at the Walker

On show at the Walker in Liverpool until June is a tremendous exhibition of photography by Martin Parr and Tony Ray Jones. I first saw the exhibition…

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The language of light, project 3 artificial light, 4.3 (Photography 1, ID 513323)

I think as humans it is only natural to revere natural light. It offers clarity and hope where artificial light merely illuminates that which we deem necessary in the absence of natural light. 817 more words

Research & Reflection

A Review of 'Only in England: Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr'.

Only in England: Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr. Walker Art Gallery Liverpool, 13 February to 7 June 2015.

Only in England, the Walker’s current large scale exhibition of photographs revisits meditations on English social rituals by Tony Ray-Jones (1941-72) and Martin Parr (1952- ). 1,840 more words

John Meehan

Assignment five - people and place on assignment

As the opening of this assignment states ‘The great distinction between professional and amateur photography is not competence or special skill or technical quality (although these may play a part, and professional photographers certainly work hard to achieve excellence in these areas). 3,167 more words

PP Assignments

Tony Ray-Jones: Only in England

During the 1960’s Photographer Tony Ray-Jones documented the leisure in England. Before he photographed England, Ray-Jones and Joel Meyerowitz photographed New York City’s streets.. While with Meyerowitz the two of them would photograph the night life of the city with medium format cameras. 139 more words


David Walker - Spectators

Today I published a book by David Walker called Spectators. As part of his proposal, David sent me some notes explaining the work. There are more posts planned for next year which present more of David’s work; work that wouldn’t fit in terms of a Café Royal publications but is still very relevant in terms of UK Social Documentary. 525 more words