Chris Killip “4+20 Photographs” in New York now
Killip’s work is widely praised as the most acute depiction of the human cost to Britain’s process of de-industrialization. The twenty-four images in this exhibition, from 1974-88, are primarily from the North of England and cover the tenure of four very different Prime Ministers: Wilson, Heath, Callaghan and Thatcher.
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Image: Chris Killip “Man’s Torso, Gateshead, Tyneside” (1978) gelatin silver print 20 x 24 in.