The Flash (Back) exhibition is showing large format prints of images produced by Trisha Groves from 1980 to 2000 on three themes: the very kitsch ballroom dancers in Thatcherite England, an amazing gallery of portraits of animals, and a collection of artists and celebrities photographed with a touch of pop realism and typically British humour that defines her style.
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