Make Life Worth Living: Nick Hedges' photographs for Shelter, 1968-72
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This exhibition displays 100 photographs from the archive of British photographer Nick Hedges, commissioned by Shelter during the 60s and 70s. The stark images depict the poverty and poor standards of living faced by people in Britain, and are shown together for the first time following a 40-year restriction to protect the privacy of Hedges' subjects. The exhibition is displayed in the Virgin Media Studio.