Jo Spence

Remodelling Photo History: Industrialization, 1981-82

Framed Black and white photograph
48.5 x 39.5 cm

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About the artist

Jo Spence (b. 1934–d. 1992) emerged as a key figure in the mid-1970s from the British photographic left, crucial in debates on photography and the critique of representation. Her work engaged with a range of photographic genres, from documentary to photo therapy, and responded to the prioritisation from the late 1970s onwards of lens-based media in art-critical discourse.

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