Featuring Tish Murtha & Anne Worthington

Kimpton Clocktower Hotel is proud to host an exclusive exhibition in partnership with British Culture Archive as part of their cultural programme for 2022.

Launching on International Women’s Day, ‘A Woman’s Work’ exhibition celebrates the work of acclaimed female photographers Tish Murtha and Anne Worthington.

Tish Murtha
One of the most prominent British documentary photographers of the post-war era, Tyneside photographer Tish Murtha captured social change on the fringes of society

Anne Worthington
Anne Worthington documented everyday life in the inner-city communities of East Manchester in the early 2000s. Her photographs capture the last days of Beswick, Clayton and Openshaw – areas of East Manchester that had fallen into decline and were then demolished to make way for new housing and businesses.

Photo © Anne Worthington, all rights reserved.


About British Culture Archive
A non-profit organisation set up to document, highlight and preserve the changes in British culture and society through documentary photography, British Culture Archive was founded in 2017 through a passion of documentary photography. Their mission is to make photography accessible and inspire and engage people from all backgrounds, while their online galleries, community workshops and exhibitions showcase and highlight British documentary photography from post war Britain to the the present day.

Photo Tish Murtha © Ella Murtha, all rights reserved.


KIMPTON CLOCKTOWER HOTEL & BRITISH CULTURE ARCHIVE
A Woman’s Work Exhibition
From Tuesday 8th March, The Refuge at Kimpton Clocktower Hotel