British photographers John Myers and Peter Mitchell are exhibiting together for the first time, with an identity theme of their work and yet little explored. John Myers himself is behind this exhibition, which captures the transformation of the landscape caused by the brutal deindustrialisation of the North of England in the early 1980s. We know the importance of these two British authors: Peter Mitchell, portrayed the inhabitants of Leeds in his series “New Denial of the Viking Space Mission 4”, the first exhibition of color photographs in England (1979), rediscovered a few years later at the Rencontres d’Arles in 2016,...
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