Anne Worthington | Open Edition Prints

Anne Worthington’s photographs document the inner city communities of Beswick, Clayton and Openshaw in the early 2000s – areas of East Manchester that had fallen into decline.

The images capture the last days of these industrial areas, before and during the demolitions that made way for new housing and businesses. Anne focused on the daily lives of the people who lived there, getting to know them, and capturing how they worked to keep their community together when so many institutions had fallen away.

Anne Worthington’s documentary work is an important part of the BCA collections. A selection of  her work documenting East Manchester is included in our touring exhibition ‘A Woman’s Work’ alongside the work of Tish Murtha.

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