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National Theatre present new exhibition RONAN MCKENZIE: PHOTOGRAPHS

 

Inspired by Andrea Levy’s Small Island and Helen Edmundson’s adaption for the National Theatre, photographer Ronan McKenzie has been commissioned by the National Theatre to respond to the post-war journeys undertaken by Caribbean men and women between 1948 -1971. Photographed in Leigh-on-Sea on the shores of the Thames estuary, McKenzie’s documentary style images subtly connect ideas of seascapes, water, arrivals and new beginnings to Levy’s Small Island.

Ronan McKenzie said: “For me, this series represents the multiplicity and diversity in experiences of Caribbean immigrants, that began in 1948 with the arrival of the Empire Windrush. Both being islands, The Caribbean and United Kingdom are linked by water, which inspired the artistic direction for the series. Similarly, immigration and personal journeys are sentiments that many people can relate to on a number of levels, and the clusters of people within my images aim to depict the connection between many of these stories.”

 

The exhibition is Free during opening times in the Lyttelton Lounge running Friday 3 May until September. 

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