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Video: Photography of Protest and Community' launch

If you missed the launch of 'Photography of Protest and Community' with myself and Wendy Ewald last week you can watch a recording of the event below, courtesy of Street Level Photoworks. See More
Nov 13
James McArdle commented on Noni Stacey's blog post Publication: Photography of Protest and Community: The Radical Collectives of the 1970s
"Wonderful! Such valuable research...I look forward to getting hold of the book and reading about this vital time in the history of photography...interested in the parallels with Australian and New Zealand collectives and the inspiration that the…"
Oct 27
Noni Stacey posted a blog post

Publication: Photography of Protest and Community: The Radical Collectives of the 1970s

Thrilled to announce my book is out now!  During the 1970s, London-based photographers joined together to form collectives which engaged with local and international political protest in cities across the UK. This book is a survey of the radical community photography that these collectives produced.…See More
Oct 21
Noni Stacey posted a blog post

Publication: Photography of Protest and Community: The Radical Collectives of the 1970s

Thrilled to announce my book is out now!  During the 1970s, London-based photographers joined together to form collectives which engaged with local and international political protest in cities across the UK. This book is a survey of the radical community photography that these collectives produced.…See More
Oct 20
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Review: Photography of Protest and Community: The Radical Collectives of the 1970s / Morning Star, 5 October 2020

Great to see my first review in the Morning Star: “Introducing readers to the key movements, exhibitions, institutions & political pressure groups which nourished & funded the photography collectives, this book is a vital & fascinating work of history.” -…See More
Oct 17
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Publication: ‘Women from The AmberSide Collection, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh’

Women from The AmberSide Collection, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh’ review, Studies in Photography Journal, Summer 2020, The Scottish Society for the History of Photography, National Galleries of Scotland. …See More
Sep 13
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Hackney Flashers historic exhibitions

This is an exhibition panels from three historic exhibitions Who's Holding the Baby? Women and Work (1975) and Clydeside 1974 - 76 © Hackney Flashers. This was in the 1970s. Problems around the expense and availability of childcare persist and have been…See More
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Video: Photography of Protest and Community' launch

If you missed the launch of 'Photography of Protest and Community' with myself and Wendy Ewald last week you can watch a recording of the event below, courtesy of Street Level Photoworks.…



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Posted on November 11, 2020 at 15:00

Publication: Photography of Protest and Community: The Radical Collectives of the 1970s

Thrilled to announce my book is out now!  During the 1970s, London-based photographers joined together to form collectives which engaged with local and international political protest in cities across the UK. This book is a survey of the radical community photography that these collectives produced.…

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Posted on October 19, 2020 at 18:30 — 1 Comment

Review: Photography of Protest and Community: The Radical Collectives of the 1970s / Morning Star, 5 October 2020

Great to see my first review in the Morning Star: “Introducing readers to the key movements, exhibitions, institutions & political pressure groups which nourished & funded the photography collectives, this book is a vital & fascinating work of history.” -…

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Posted on October 16, 2020 at 12:30

Publication: ‘Women from The AmberSide Collection, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh’

Women from The AmberSide Collection, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh’ review, Studies in Photography Journal, Summer 2020, The Scottish Society for the History of Photography, National Galleries of Scotland. …

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Posted on September 4, 2020 at 14:00

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