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“Radical Landscapes, Tate Liverpool. Reviews:

” …. Alan Lodge’s photographs (pp.28-30.144,147) at Stonehenge capture that pre-rave, free festival pilgrimage. They are as important to me as Homer Sykes photographs; he was so clearly part of this movement rather than a photo journalist reporting on it. … Continue reading

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Another Guardian review : Nukes in the brooks: the artists who weaponised landscape art

Two reviews in the Guardian … this one is kinder to the show: “…. The trespasses are represented in the show by 1930s press photographs. Images from half a century later, taken by Alan Lodge, of the confrontation now known … Continue reading

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Guardian Review – Radical Landscapes

Guardian didn’t like the show .. but liked my bit, well yes, of course “…. Alan Lodge shows slides and videos of free festivals in the late 80s including at Stonehenge; the soundtrack had me wanting to shuffle along with … Continue reading

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The dying art of the photographic darkroom – video

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/video/2011/jan/14/photographing-death-darkroom-video

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The Guardian has removed 3 very recent articles

The Guardian has removed 3 very recent articles apparently by order of a judge for ‘contempt of court’.The story in the first removed article is about a letter signed by more than 400 Scientists and academics which states that they … Continue reading

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