Life Through a Very British Lens

Another Country: British Documentary Photography Since 1945

Gerry Badger

Thames & Hudson

This compelling social and cultural history of Britain since the second world war shows how photographers and photo-artists have documented the country over the last 70 years, encompassing images ranging from reportage and photo-text pieces to self-portraits and political photo-collages. Each chapter spans a particular period, focusing on the major photographers, figures, institutions, publications and galleries which shaped the photographic climate of their time through both famous works and forgotten masterpieces by over 165 photographers such as Bert Hardy, Lee Miller, Don McCullin and many more.

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