The documentation of those living on the edges of the society has long been a source of fascination to photographers, with many of the genre’s greatest names gaining fame by ’embedding’ themselves within communities and observing and recording their worlds.
A new show at the Barbican brings together work by 20 photographers who have created works exploring countercultures and minorities across the world. Many of the series featured are very well-known, with classic series by Larry Clark, Bruce Davidson, Daido Moriyama and Mary Allen Mark on show.
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