In an extract from Vanessa Winship: And Time Folds exhibition catalogue, photography historian David Chandler reflects on Winship’s Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation award-winning body of work: 'she dances on Jackson'.
We look back through the life and work of pioneering documentary photographer and visual activist, Dorothea Lange (1895-1965) to coincide with the first UK retrospective of her work, Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing.
Assistant curator Jilke Golbach unpacks the story behind Dorothea Lange’s ‘Migrant Mother’ photograph.
Assistant curator Thomas Kennedy unpacks the stories behind three of Vanessa Winship’s photographs.
A downloadable teaching resource is available for teachers planning visits to the exhibition.
A special school group rate applies to all school groups of 10 or more:
- Secondary and sixth form (up to age 19): £3 per student
- Students under 14 years: free
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Visiting with your children?
Download the Dorothea Lange & Vanessa Winship curiosity scrapbook, filled with fun activities encouraging you to get creative.