James Hyman Gallery presents an online exhibition of largely unseen photographs by Shirley Baker selected from the British photographer’s Estate. The exhibition, which is live until July 24 via the Gallery’s website, includes Baker’s rare colour work as well as a selection of iconic black and white images. Focusing on Shirley Baker’s celebrated street scenes photographed around Manchester and Salford in the north of England, this exhibition explores her depiction of older people. Shirley Baker’s daughter, Nan Levy, who has co-curated the show with James Hyman, explains: “We are now starting to see the easing of the lockdown and with...
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