Memory is a political act

Isabel Cortes Colque was five years old when she had to flee Pinochet's dictatorship in 1977. 46 years later, she visited the Four Corners exhibition Chile 50: Political Art, Solidarity and Resistance and viewed Peter Kennard's A Document on Chile for the first time as an adult. In this article, she explains how the project traces not only Chile's traumatic history but her personal story as well. 

Photography on Tour: Themes of the 1970s and 80s in the Half Moon Photography Workshop Touring Exhibitions

Following her placement in the Four Corner's archive, University of Brighton student, Jayne Knight, shares her research into the history of Half Moon Photography's touring exhibitions, and the socio-political landscape of the era. 

Housing in East London: 1968 vs Now

Following a work experience placement at Four Corners, student Lily Owens from Stoke Newington School shares their research into depictions of housing East London from 1968 to now.

The Inhumane Reality of War

Researcher, curator, producer, and writer Gaynor Tutani shares her thoughts on war, destruction and childhood, experienced during her Archive Assistant placement at Four Corners.

Open Call for Archive Material

We are on the lookout for archive material related to the Half Moon Photography Workshop's programme of laminated touring exhibitions.