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Alec Gill - Hessle Road

Alec Gill, 75, has been taking pictures of England's Hessle Road area in Hull since he first trained his camera lens on the city's St. Andrews fish dock in 1971. He describes himself as "tourist in his own town" and an "unwitting" chronicler of the local fishing industry's decline, which he has recorded in 6,630 images of the area and its people over the decades. The photographer, who was born in Hull's Old Town, had several spells of work in the shipping and forwarding industry in the 1960s but did not like office life and often took to travelling and taking photographs.

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Yoshiichi Hara - Stripper Zukan

Since 1975 Yoshiichi Hara has made more than fifteen hundred photographs of strip-tease artists – and Stripper Zukan is regarded as the starting point of this lifelong project.

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Barry Lewis - Soho

By 1990 gentrification and rent rises had begun to destroy much of the exotic ambience, slowed down by the arrival of the gay community and the transformative power of the vibrant “pink pound”.

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Bruce Gilden - Facing New York

The cast of characters in Bruce Gilden’s theatre of the street is outrageous. Sometimes tawdry and out of this world, they are mostly mysterious. To Gilden and his fellow New Yorkers, they’re just neighbours. In broad and simple terms, and with great expressive authority, Gilden has captured the uniquely individualistic, self-styled New York personality on the run. In Gilden’s world, no-one is on the margins of centre stage, they are all star players.

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Joseph-Philippe Bevillard - Irish Travellers

Mincéirs are a traditionally nomadic ethnic minority indigenous to Ireland, referred to by the Irish Government and the settled population as Irish Travellers.

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Jill Freedman - Street Cops

One of the most important practitioners of her time, Freedman was a diligent street and documentary photographer who spent her life capturing the complexities of the day, with rare veracity and grace.

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Daniel Arnold

The Brooklyn-based photographer spends eight to 12 hours a day snapping photos of people and speed-walking away before they can harass him. Much of his time is spent piercing New Yorkers' illusion of privacy, but he takes pictures wherever he goes.

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Mark Neville

British artist Mark Neville works at the intersection of art, activism, and documentary, investigating the social function of photography.

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Bruce Davidson - Subway

Bruce Davidson's classic book Subway is an extraordinarily visceral record of the city in the 1980s.

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Paul Reas - I Can Help

I Can Help, a title taken from badges worn by supermarket staff, is a series of thirty large colour photographs about Britain's post-industrial consumer boom.

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Shin Noguchi

Shin Noguchi, born 1976 in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan, is an award winning street photographer based in Kamakura and Tokyo, Japan.

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Taishu Engeki

Stepping into a taishū engeki show is like being welcomed into a wild and flamboyant secret society.

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Kai Fusayoshi

After a fire destroyed his life's work, Japanese photographer Kai Fusayoshi was ready to give up. But a body of work remains, reflecting on happier times and his incredible career.

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Martin Parr - The Last Resort

Parr’s most enduring photographs of the British coast were taken between 1983 and 1985, when he visited the Liverpool beach resort of New Brighton.

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Greg Girard - Heart of Darkness - Kowloon's Walled City

Until 1993, there stood a structure in Hong Kong like no other. On a small plot of land in Kowloon, a mass of buildings stretched skywards, interconnecting like a jungle canopy to form a single dense block. Reaching 14 storeys, its facade glowed with the fluorescent lights of hundreds of tiny apartments and shops. Packed inside were schools, workplaces, medical clinics, and factories; places of worship, relaxation, and hedonism – and more than 35,000 inhabitants living on top of one another.

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Tom Wood - Bus Odyssey

Bus Odyssey is a body of work built up during Wood’s near 20 year project photographing from local buses in Liverpool.