Chris Killip

Magnum Exhibition Poster: Chris Killip, An Anthology

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Chris Killip: An Anthology was an exhibition that featuresd four of Killip’s projects from the 70s and 80s, drawing on photographs that are now recognized as some of the most important visual records of British life made during this period.

The over 50 works of the exhibition covered 15 years of his photography, during which Killip — who’s estate is now represented by Magnum Photos — was at his most prolific. The selection draws on a series of works: Isle of Man (1970–73), where he grew up; Seacoal (1976–84), Skinningrove (1982–84), and Killip’s groundbreaking photobook on the devastating impact of deindustrialization, In Flagrante (1973–85). His photographs take us far beyond the dry words of history books, documenting people and their daily lives through periods of change and hardship, showcasing the power of photography to capture the mood of the time and immortalize communities for future generations.


Size: 18 x 24 in (45.7 x 61 cm)
Printed on 148gsm Mohawk Everyday Uncoated paper

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