Margaret Drabble on Fay Godwin | Art and design | The Guardian

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Fay Godwin at the National Media Museum Bradford UK
Throughout her long career, Fay Godwin – with her portraits of authors, bleak landscapes and scenes of urban dereliction – was the most poetic of photographers, writes Margaret Drabble

The article is too long to post here but is worth a read especially regarding the relationship between her photography and writers, also the context in which she was working in the 70’s and 80’s

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