Thirty-odd years ago, when photographer Anita Corbin was in her early 20s, she embarked on a project to "ensure that a generation of young women were represented in a photographic genre that was almost entirely dominated by men". Hitting London clubs, youth groups or following tips from friends and acquaintances she went in search of… Continue reading Visible Girls: Revisited by Anita Corbin in Norwich.
And then it just stopped. The constant arguing, the blistering anger that would ignite over the most unlikely things, the need to control every. single. thing; like a summer storm it blew over almost as swiftly as it arrived. Well, maybe not entirely. Freya is still three, after all - and has a very definite opinion… Continue reading A Mother And Daughter Afternoon At The NUA Degree Shows.
One of my happiest memories starts with entering the living room early on Christmas Day, when I was about six or seven, to find a present so large it had to be wrapped in a sheet. When I pulled it off, with much fanfare, I discovered my dad had converted a bookcase into a fully… Continue reading Things To Do In Norfolk – Small Stories Exhibition.
There is so much to admire about Olive Edis – and that’s before you even get to her photography. Born in London in 1876, she had a thirst for life which saw her become an entrepreneur, an intrepid adventurer and a woman not just pushing but breaking through the boundaries of what was considered acceptable… Continue reading Exhibition: Olive Edis – Fishermen And Kings (Norwich).