I wrote about photographer Fay Godwin recently: her exhibition of photographs at the National Media Museum in Bradford has much in common with the ideas about landscape Jacquetta Hawkes expressed in A Land and in poetry and film. In today’s Guardian, Margaret Drabble writes about Godwin’s life, links with authors, and her concerns about the ways landscape is harmed and restricted. The exhibition is up until 27 March so there is still plenty of time to catch up with it! Entry is free.
ABOUTWritten by Alison Cullingford, Special Collections Librarian at the University of Bradford, home to the Jacquetta Hawkes Archive.
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