Who We Are: Photographs by Martin Jenkinson at Weston Park Museum

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Who We Are: Photographs by Martin Jenkinson
Martin Jenkinson, Maxine Duffus, South Yorkshire Passenger Transport's first black woman bus driver, 1983 © Martin Jenkinson Photo Library / pressphotos.co.uk

Who We Are: Photographs by Martin Jenkinson at Weston Park Museum, Sheffield 24 November 2018 — 14 April 2019 Entrance is free

For over four decades Sheffield-based photojournalist Martin Jenkinson chronicled the drama and detail of our everyday lives. During the 1980s, Jenkinson became known for his memorable images of British protests which were widely published in the national press. While these photographs became a familiar presence on the front pages, Jenkinson’s wider work was no less powerful. Each of the images he created was a candid insight into the communities we’re part of and the experiences we share. Explore his work as part of Who We Are: Photographs by Martin Jenkinson at Weston Park Museum, Sheffield.

Who We Are: Photographs by Martin Jenkinson at Weston Park Museum, Sheffield 24 November 2018 — 14 April 2019 Entrance is free

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