In the 1970s, Daniel Meadows was at the forefront of the independent photography movement. His practice is complex, passionate and sometimes deeply autobiographical.
Daniel Meadows’ early work broke with tradition and infused the medium with new energies and ways of seeing. Between 1971 and 1987, he produced an astonishing record of urban society in Britain, working in a uniquely collaborative way through his interviews with—and writing about—his subjects.
Daniel Meadows: Early Photographic Works encompassed Meadows’ major projects, alongside recently discovered work from his archives. The exhibition was curated by Val Williams and accompanied by a book published by Photoworks.