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Nigel Henderson's streets : photographs of London's East End 1949-53 / edited by Clive Coward.

Author / Creator Henderson, Nigel, 1917-1985, photographer.
Uniform title Photographs. Selections
Imprint London : Tate Publishing, [2017]
©2017
Description 119 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm
Language English
Subject Henderson, Nigel, 1917-1985.
Henderson, Nigel, 1917-1985.
Henderson, Nigel, 1917-1985.
Tate Archive (London)
Street photography.
Documentary photography.
Documentary photography.
Street photography.
Streetphotography
Alltag
Porträtfotografie
Stadtleben
East End (London, England) -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works.
England -- London -- East End.
London- East End
History.
Pictorial works.
Format Print, Book
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11290036
Varying Form of Title Portion of title Streets
Other authors / contributors Coward, Clive, editor.
ISBN 9781849764995
1849764999
Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 112).
Summary Nigel Henderson (1917-1985) was a British artist and founding member of the Independent Group, but he was also a photographer whose work has been compared to that of Cartier-Bresson and Brassai. Introduced to the art world by his mother Wyn Henderson who managed the famous Guggenheim Jeune gallery, he became acquainted with leading figures in modern art, including Max Ernst and Marcel Duchamp. In 1943, recovering from the trauma of his experiences as a pilot in the Second World War, Henderson began experimenting with photography. While living in Bethnal Green, east London, he created an extraordinary archive of photography documenting life in the area between 1949 and 1953. This beautiful book showcases 150 of these newly digitised photographs which capture the heart of working-class life. From hop-scotching children to a funeral cortege, and street parties celebrating the 1953 coronation, Henderson's unique view of the streets evokes the wit, resilience and character of the local people as well as documenting a way of life that would soon disappear, as Britain moved into the 1960s.

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