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Blog: An introduction to the Half Moon Photography Workshop’s laminated touring exhibitions

Michael Kurtz who undertook a summer placement with Four Corners in July 2022, as part of its ongoing collaboration with Birkbeck, University of London, has written a blog piece about the Half Moon photography workshop's touring exhibitions. The blog begins: In 1976, the recently established Half Moon Photography Workshop developed an innovative new form of photography exhibition, with radical implications for the accessibility of alternative photographic work nationwide. Rather than framing and glazing prints, as had been standard practice, members of the workshop began assembling images and text on card panels which were then laminated in plastic and hung from eyelets...

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