Stills Centre for Photography, Edinburgh: Women Photographers from the Amberside Collection

Tish Murtha, Youth Unemployment

Until 8th March

Stills Gallery‘s exhibition Women Photographers from the AmberSide Collection features a selection of images from a unique archive which continues to grow out of the work of the Newcastle-based Amber Film & Photography Collective.

Illustrating AmberSide’s commitment to the best in documentary photography, the exhibition tells the stories of marginalised and threatened people and communities in the northeast of England and around the world.

23 Cockburn Street

Image: Tish Murtha, Youth Unemployment, 1981


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