Four Corner Gallery’s new exhibition showcases striking images by photographers from across generations, who have used their cameras to support political struggle and social change in Britain from 1968 to today.
The exhibition centres on the voices and perspectives of women and nonbinary photographers, and those who have been making work within a feminist framework.
‘Photographing Protest’ considers the politics of seeing and being seen. It poses a challenge to the male-dominated history of protest reportage and asks what this means for the representation of resistance. From sit-ins to street theatre, candlelight vigils to deportation campaigns, the exhibition foregrounds the work of activist photographers, for whom the acts of witnessing and participating in protest are intrinsically linked.
Four Corners believes in film and photography for all. As a registered charity, our work builds upon almost 50 years of radical, socially-engaged approaches to photography and film. Situated on Read more…