Cost: Free of Charge
This exhibition combines photographs taken by Shirley Baker in the UK and her home in France, including pictures of dogs in everyday settings, as well as at dog shows, providing an insight to her affection and admiration for man’s best friend.
29 black and white prints, one colour print, and a duo of Shirley’s personal cameras are on display.
Born in 1932 in Salford, Shirley Baker took up photography at the age of eight. She is best known for her street photography, and her photographs offer a unique window into different parts of British society in transitional period after the Second World War and throughout the following decades. Her work was regularly displayed at the Print Room of the Photographers’ Gallery, London.
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