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Daniel Meadows: Early Photographic Works | National Science and Media Museum
In the 1970s, Daniel Meadows was at the forefront of the independent photography movement. His practice is complex, passionate and sometimes deeply autobiographical.
So I said to him, not in my house you won't: CHEEK BY JOWL: A HISTORY OF NEIGHBOURS BY EMILY COCKAYNE
An architect I knew set up offices in a building overlooking the forecourt of Buckingham Palace, recalls PETER LEWIS. ‘I think our neighbours are nice people,’ he wrote to me. ‘But they have a taste for loud music. What’s worse, they have their own band to play it to them every morning at 11am!’
Bricks, setts and slates
"What's oop?" asked the old lady in the headscarf, looking over her shoulder to see what I was photographing . I had whipped my camera out of my pocket when I'd seen her coming, thinking that a figure might "add interest" and improve the composition. In the event she was almost lost in the gloom at the edge of the picture. Long dead now I suppose, poor soul. What was her life like? Accustomed to these gloomy courts and alleys into which the sooty rain steadily fell, how could she know that…