W. Eugene Smith • Time

Sunday, 27 November 2016

“They were the images that shocked a nation into action. Staring out at the camera, often huddled together for warmth, the families cut shellshocked figures. Nick Hedges’s photographs of life in Britain’s slums provide a counter-narrative to the popular view of the swinging 60s, an era remembered as a time of great social progress.” Jamie Doward • Guardian

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