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Intersectional Geographies

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The Martin Parr Foundation shines a light on current topics such as social justice, human rights violations and the climate crisis. On show in Bristol from January 27 to April 3, 2022.

‘Intersectional Geographies’ brings together a diverse selection of photographers whose works address contemporary topics such as climate change, social justice, the extraction of raw materials, gender issues and human rights violations.

The term ‘intersectional’ in the exhibition title was originally coined by Kimberlé Crenshaw, pioneering scholar on civil rights, Black feminism and critical race theory; it is now widely used to describe overlapping experiences of discrimination and social injustice.

The represented artists are Ignacio Acosta, Rhiannon Adam, Lisa Barnard, Jacqueline Ennis-Cole, Darek Fortas, Roshini Kempadoo, Miranda Pennell, Judy Rabinowitz Price, Xavier Ribas, David Severn, Aida Silvestri, and Janine Wiedel.

For further information visit Martin Parr Foundation

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