17 September 2013

ONLY IN ENGLAND

James Hyman Gallery is presenting an exhibition of rare, vintage photographs by Tony Ray-Jones, to coincide with the Only in England exhibition celebrating his work at the Science Museum this month. The British photographer documented English life and culture in the late 1960s and studying the grainy, real prints - part family photo albums, part intriguing Smiths album cover-style shots - takes you back in time as if you were there.

Tony Ray-Jones old 1960s black and white photography
Brighton Beach, 1967
Tony Ray-Jones old 1960s black and white photography
Strongman Contest, Mablethorpe, 1967

Tony Ray-Jones old 1960s black and white photography
A Day at Richmond Park, c. 1967

Tony Ray-Jones old 1960s black and white photography
Ladies Day at the Races

Tony Ray-Jones old 1960s black and white photography
Punch and Judy Man, Broadstairs, 1968

Tony Ray-Jones old 1960s black and white photography
Bacup Coconut Dancers, 1968

Tony Ray-Jones old 1960s black and white photography
Bacup, Lancashire, 1968

Tony Ray-Jones old 1960s black and white photography
Blackpool, 1968

Tony Ray-Jones old 1960s black and white photography
Bournemouth, 1969

Tony Ray-Jones old 1960s black and white photography
Chatham May Queen,1968

Tony Ray-Jones old 1960s black and white photography
Dickens Festival, Broadstairs, 1968
  
Tony Ray-Jones old 1960s black and white photography
Mablethorpe, 1967
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