Sat 11 Sep 2010 1. 5 EDT. The Durham coast looking south. Easington colliery, with Horden and Blackhall collieries in the distance. Photograph: Keith Pattison. NUM lodge secretary Alan Cummings, far left with moustache, with some of his fellow strikers. Miners' strike, 20 August 1984.
Keith Pattison (Author), David Peace (Author). Keith Pattison's photographs richly evoke the human side of such political upheaval
Keith Pattison (Author), David Peace (Author). Keith Pattison's photographs richly evoke the human side of such political upheaval. The effect on the individual lives of so many working families is written across their faces for us to see. The police look oddly vulnerable at the end of more innocent times.
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GQ transforming the genre with passion and style. Yorkshire Post A compelling and devastating body of work that pushes Peace to the forefront of British writing. George Pelecanos Peace has single-handedly established the genre of Yorkshire Noir, and mightily satisfying it is. – Yorkshire Post A compelling and devastating body of work that pushes Peace to the forefront of British writing.
David Peace (born 1967) is an English writer. Best known for his UK-set novels Red Riding Quartet (1999–2002), GB84 (2004), The Damned Utd (2006), and Red or Dead (2013), Peace was named one of the Best of Young British Novelists by Granta in their 2003 list. David Peace was born in Dewsbury and grew up in Ossett, West Yorkshire. He was educated at Batley Grammar School, Wakefield College and Manchester Polytechnic, which he left in 1991 to go to Istanbul to teach English.
But a body of work by Keith Pattison, currently on show at the Northumbria University Gallery in Newcastle . It's affecting stuff. The images are also printed in a book, No Redemption, which has a foreword by David Peace. Yet the pictures tell clearly the story in their own right
But a body of work by Keith Pattison, currently on show at the Northumbria University Gallery in Newcastle, exposes more than the front-line drama as the photographer, who spent eight months with miners in Easington Colliery at the height of the strike, gained unique insight into life behind the headlines. Yet the pictures tell clearly the story in their own right. And it is a unique one. Although the strike - characterised as Maggie Thatcher versus the miners - affected coalfields across the country, Keith focused on just one community, documenting the dispute at Easington Colliery.
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