SKETCHBOOXX
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mermaidcrew:

'Who's Still Holding the Baby?' | an exhibition by the Hackney Flashers Collective, 1978
A revolving collective of feminist and socialist women who produced a number of exhibitions including ‘Who’s Holding the Baby?’ and ‘Women and Work’. Emerging from the activities of the Photography Workshop, the group was established in 1974. Their work was often shown in colleges, libraries and community centres. The group’s aim was to document invisible female work, legitimatizing the economic and social worth of women’s labour.
mermaidcrew:

'Who's Still Holding the Baby?' | an exhibition by the Hackney Flashers Collective, 1978
A revolving collective of feminist and socialist women who produced a number of exhibitions including ‘Who’s Holding the Baby?’ and ‘Women and Work’. Emerging from the activities of the Photography Workshop, the group was established in 1974. Their work was often shown in colleges, libraries and community centres. The group’s aim was to document invisible female work, legitimatizing the economic and social worth of women’s labour.
mermaidcrew:

'Who's Still Holding the Baby?' | an exhibition by the Hackney Flashers Collective, 1978
A revolving collective of feminist and socialist women who produced a number of exhibitions including ‘Who’s Holding the Baby?’ and ‘Women and Work’. Emerging from the activities of the Photography Workshop, the group was established in 1974. Their work was often shown in colleges, libraries and community centres. The group’s aim was to document invisible female work, legitimatizing the economic and social worth of women’s labour.
mermaidcrew:

'Who's Still Holding the Baby?' | an exhibition by the Hackney Flashers Collective, 1978
A revolving collective of feminist and socialist women who produced a number of exhibitions including ‘Who’s Holding the Baby?’ and ‘Women and Work’. Emerging from the activities of the Photography Workshop, the group was established in 1974. Their work was often shown in colleges, libraries and community centres. The group’s aim was to document invisible female work, legitimatizing the economic and social worth of women’s labour.
mermaidcrew:

'Who's Still Holding the Baby?' | an exhibition by the Hackney Flashers Collective, 1978
A revolving collective of feminist and socialist women who produced a number of exhibitions including ‘Who’s Holding the Baby?’ and ‘Women and Work’. Emerging from the activities of the Photography Workshop, the group was established in 1974. Their work was often shown in colleges, libraries and community centres. The group’s aim was to document invisible female work, legitimatizing the economic and social worth of women’s labour.
mermaidcrew:

'Who's Still Holding the Baby?' | an exhibition by the Hackney Flashers Collective, 1978
A revolving collective of feminist and socialist women who produced a number of exhibitions including ‘Who’s Holding the Baby?’ and ‘Women and Work’. Emerging from the activities of the Photography Workshop, the group was established in 1974. Their work was often shown in colleges, libraries and community centres. The group’s aim was to document invisible female work, legitimatizing the economic and social worth of women’s labour.
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Jo Spence
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Stephan Shore
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"

I think the saddest people always try their hardest to make people happy

because they know what it’s like to feel absolutely worthless

and they don’t want anyone else to feel like that.

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Robin Williams (via skateeofmind)
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Stephen Shore
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Matt Henry
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faces-you-met:

Andy Warhol with his soup Campbell in supermarket
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Chris Rhodes
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Chris Rhodes
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Martin Parr
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Martin Parr
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Sadaf Chezari
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Henning Kreitel, 2013.
My favourite photographer of the week!