'60s pics bring poverty into focusIn 1968, housing and homelessness charity Shelter commissioned Nick Hedges to create a series of works. The documentary photographer captured raw images that depicted the abject poverty that many were living in across Britain. This exhibition brings Hedges' seminal pieces together for the first time now that the 40-year restriction preserving the anonymity of the subjects has been lifted.
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