Sacha Lehrfreund’s Hulme 1991-1994 documents the largest housing development in Europe located in Hulme, England. Tracing the estate’s problematic history from its completion to demise, Sacha interrogates how governmental underfunding can radically affect a community it is meant to protect. Starting in 2018 we have introduced our very own exhibition space within the lab. Collaborating solely with artists that work with us, it’s aim is
Sir Don McCullin, the renowned photojournalist, visits Bayeux to discuss his latest prints with Bayeux master printer, Roy Bass. Don is recognised for his war photography, images of urban strife and more recently, landscape photography. Roy has been printing for Don for many years in which time he has formed a special understanding of how to interpret the power of Don’s work in print.