'Flogging a Dead Horse' in group exhibition 'A Gentle Madness: Tony Ray Jones
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My contribution to this exhibition included three works from the series, 'Flogging A Dead Horse'. The original series was a critical look at post industrial Britain and the emergence of "heritage culture", and many of the themes of 'Flogging A Dead Horse' became part of the wider critique of heritage culture. This exhibition re-contextualised and re-presented the selected works in relation to the work of Tony Ray Jones, one of Britain’s leading documentary photographers who died at an early age. The exhibition and book dealt not only with the significant contribution he made to the medium but also looked at the legacy and influence of his work on subsequent generations of British photographers. The work was referenced in the monograph that accompanied the exhibition 'Tony Ray-Jones' by Russell Roberts, published by Chris Boot in Association with the National Museum of Film and Photography (October 2004) ISBN 0-9542813-9-X
National Museum of Film and Photography, Bradford, pp.
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