Daniel Meadows: 40 Years, 40 Weeks, 40 Movies

It’s forty years this month since Daniel Meadows completed his epic ten-thousand mile journey around England in his ‘Free Photographic Omnibus‘; the bus in which he lived during 1973-1974. It was also his darkroom and gallery.
Meadows is releasing a series of short movies, one every week for the next forty weeks.  Each movie focusses on a different story from his archive (which has just been acquired by the Library of Birmingham) and helps us to understand the incredible breadth of his work.

I will post reminders as these movies become available, but please subscribe to Daniel’s Facebook and Vimeo streams too.

no. 8: Mrs Emare” is the first release.
no. 8: Mrs Emare

no. 4: Bonfire Night (Angela again)” is the second.
no. 4: Bonfire Night (Angela again)

Author: craigatkinsonstudio

UK based photographer, publisher (Café Royal Books), lecturer (UCLan), visiting lecturer (lots), and dad (x2). Generally concerned with street photography and places, usually Brutalist. Founded Café Royal Books in 2005. Publishes weekly titles focusing broadly on aspects of change, usually social documentary, in the UK, and between 1970 — 2000. Work collected by MoMA, Tate, V&A and many other international public, private and educational libraries, galleries and museums.

1 thought on “Daniel Meadows: 40 Years, 40 Weeks, 40 Movies”

  1. Quality, quality, quality…. truly well spent time and money on this and it reminds that the best creativity comes out of young souls.

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