Human Rights Human Wrongs Exhibition
The Photographers’ Gallery, London, 6 February – 6 April 2015
200+ original press prints from the Black Star collection of 20th century photoreportage
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Curator Mark Sealy also wrote an accompanying essay (excerpt below) for the exhibition which is available for download »
The guiding principle for this exhibition is Article Six of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which proposes, “Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere, as a person before the law”. Through this presentation, I specifically wanted to question what this human right to recognition actually means – especially today – and to make audiences really think about how such recognition is generated and controlled, particularly in terms of image production and circulation.
All details for the Human Rights Human Wrongs exhibition are at The Photographers’ Gallery website.