‘Life at the sea’s edge is like an ending for a road movie where everyone gathers together. Life dances on, year after year, under sun and cloud, holidaymakers come and go, people change, the sea does not. The imagination begins where the land ends.’ In this exhibition of selected works from the book, The Holiday Pictures (Dewi Lewis, 2019), Paddy Summerfield does not offer the glamour of Deauville and Biarritz; this is the British seaside, where sunlight gives way to rainy pavements, and overcast skies. And here we all are: children and parents, babies and teenagers, people of all ages...
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