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Only In England: Photographs By Tony Ray-Jones And Martin Parr

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Only In England: Photographs By Tony Ray-Jones And Martin Parr

See the first ever major London exhibition by work of British photographer Tony Ray-Jones, opening in Media Space, September 2013. Featuring over 100 works drawn from the Tony Ray-Jones archive at the National Media Museum, the exhibition will also include 50 rarely seen early black and white photographs by Martin Parr.

The exhibition will explore the relationship between these two important photographers and their fascination with the English.

Between 1966 and 1969 Tony Ray-Jones documented English customs and identity in a remarkable series of photographs. Humorous yet melancholy, these works attracted the attention of the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London where they were exhibited in 1969. Tragically, in 1972 Ray-Jones died from Leukaemia aged just 30. However, his short but prolific career had a last influence on the development of British photography.

In 1970, Martin Parr, had been introduced to Ray-Jones and was inspired by his work to produce The Non-Conformists. These photographs were shot in black and white in Hebden Bridge and the surrounding Calder Valley. This project explicitly demonstrates the legacy and influence of Tony Ray-Jones.

Suggested duration for exhibition: 45 minutes.

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Venue Facts

Venue: Science Museum


Address:
Exhibition Road
South Kensington

London
SW7 2DD 51.497295, -0.176488

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