A film shown during Vanley Burke - By the Rivers of Birminam, a retrospective of one of the UK's most prolific black photographers showing 100 of his images from the last 45 years.
In part 2, Vanley Burke talks about the importance of sharing his work with the people he photographs and how he has captured such a wide range of events and characters in the Jamaican community of Handsworth. Curator Lynda Morris explores the key characteristics of Burke's images and their significance.
Vanley Burke - By the Rivers of Birminam was first presented at mac birmingham, Sat 22 Sep - Sun 18 Nov 2012, as part of mac at fifty.
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