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Step by Step

Bloodaxe Books Ltd (Verlag)
Erschienen am 16. November 1989
Buch
Softcover
128 Seiten
978-1-85224-059-2 (ISBN)
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Photographer Sirrka-Liisa Konttinen traces the lives of the mothers and daughters from a dancing school in North Shields into the outside world over a period of seven years, documenting their dreams and realities in conversations and photographs. Publication coincides with an exhibition of the photographs at Newcastle's Side Gallery. This was a co-publication with Amber/Side.
 
Photographer Sirrka-Liisa Konttinen traces the lives of the mothers and daughters from a dancing school in North Shields into the outside world over a period of seven years, documenting their dreams and realities in conversations and photographs. Publication coincides with an exhibition of the photographs at Newcastle's Side Gallery. This was a co-publication with Amber/Side.
With an unusual balance of clarity and sympathy, sadness and warmth, they manage again and again to provide both striking portrayal and penetrating commentary. * British Journal of Photography *
 
With an unusual balance of clarity and sympathy, sadness and warmth, they manage again and again to provide both striking portrayal and penetrating commentary. * British Journal of Photography *
Sprache
Englisch
Verlagsort
Tyne and Wear
Großbritannien
Illustrationen
Halftones, duotone
Maße
Höhe: 211 mm
Breite: 249 mm
Gewicht
466 gr
ISBN-13
978-1-85224-059-2 (9781852240592)
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Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen, born in Finland, is married and has a young daughter herself. She has lived an worked on Tyneside for 40 years as a member of Amber/Side, a film and photography collective based in Newcastle. Her earlier work Byker was acclaimed as one of the best books to appear about the North East.
Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen, born in Finland, is married and has a young daughter herself. She has lived an worked on Tyneside for 40 years as a member of Amber/Side, a film and photography collective based in Newcastle. Her earlier work Byker was acclaimed as one of the best books to appear about the North East.