Saturday Town at Open Eye Gallery

Maja Lorkowska, Exhibitions Editor
Image from Saturday Town
Casey Orr

Saturday Town at Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool, Waterfront 10 April — 18 May 2024 Entrance is free — Visit now

Visit Open Eye Gallery to see artist Cassey Orr’s first retrospective showSaturday Town is a photography series which has been in the making since 2013. Orr has been travelling throughout the UK with a pop-up portrait shop taking photographs of young people on Saturday afternoons, recording the different ways that identity can be expressed through clothes and personal style.

Subcultures, trends and individuality are key themes in this show which shows that fashion and style are culturally significant phenomena. Recording the changing styles of the decade, Saturday Town is a time capsule for personal expression.


Saturday Town at Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool, Waterfront 10 April — 18 May 2024 Entrance is free Visit now

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