Red Saunders (photographer)

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Red Saunders is a professional photographer who combines his photographic practice with cultural, artistic, musical, and political activism. Saunders was a founder of Rock Against Racism.[1][2] He specialised in portrait photography, working for nearly two decades for The Sunday Times Magazine.[3]

He was a member of the radical theatre group CAST.[4]

Career[edit]

His latest work is the Hidden project.[5][6]

Exhibition[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sawer, Patrick (April 2007). "Redemption songs". New Statesman. Archived from the original on September 30, 2007.
  2. ^ Manzoor, Sarfraz (April 2008). "The year rock found the power to unite". The Observer.
  3. ^ "Hidden Schools Tour - Red Saunders bio".
  4. ^ "Artist's Questionnaire with Red Saunders" (PDF).
  5. ^ "The London Riots 1381: The blood-soaked uprising which changed the face of England forever". The Daily Mail.
  6. ^ "Manchester photography: Red Saunders' digital "tableaux" of a political past". Creative Tourist.
  7. ^ "Hidden", Impressions Gallery.

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