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Mik Critchlow’s exhibition Coal Town at Woodhorn Museum, Ashington, until 24 April 2022

Coal Town is the name of the photographic exhibition by Mik Critchlow that is on display until 24 April at Woodhorn Museum in Ashington, England. Because of certain circumstances I haven’t seen the exhibition, but I have the book by the same name. Unfortunately, the book is sold out, but if you live in England... Continue Reading →

Tatsuo Hata, SUGIZO and the Serenity of a Forest

A book called Traces of Yakushima by photographer Tatsuo Hata (秦達夫) and an album called 愛と調和 by musician SUGIZO are two works of art that I want to write about this time. These two separate artistic products are connected together and it all ended up in a photographic exhibition called Harmony by Tatsuo Hata. The link... Continue Reading →

Chris Killip: The Last Ships

Chris Killip’s photo exhibition The Last Ships is currently on display at the Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle. The photos were taken between 1975 and 1977. Killip was photographing in the north-east of England at the time when the existence of heavy industry – steelmaking, coal mining, shipbuilding – was on the verge of death.... Continue Reading →

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