A Civil Rights Journey | Author: Doris Derby
A Civil Rights Journey presents the astonishing archive of Dr Doris Derby: photographer, activist, and professor of anthropology. Active throughout the Civil Rights Movements of the mid twentieth century in the southern United States, particularly Mississippi, Derby photographed both the organisation of political events, meetings, and funerals.
This extensive volume presents Derby’s images in sequences that between them document rural and urban poverty, offer lucid ethnographies of particular streets and families, track the day-to-day lives of African American children growing up in the Mississippi Delta. Artist photographer Hannah Collins has worked with Doris Derby to recount the events photographed in extensive texts which accompany the images.
28.5 x 21.5cm
Shoplifters 10: New Type Design Vol. 2 | Compiled by: Actual Source
Produced by publisher Actual Source, Shoplifters is the bi-annual publication with no fixed identity, size or tone and features the work of contemporary artists, photographers, designers and illustrators. This issue...
Rights of Way: The body as witness in public space | Author: Amy Gowen
The movements of our individual and collective bodies through cities and space have long, complex histories. Despite associations with the everyday, the seemingly obvious or even the mundane; when considered...
The Material Kinship Reader | Edited by: Kris Dittel
What does it mean to acknowledge one’s closeness to, enmeshment in or even kinship with the material world? And what does it mean to question family structures – the way...