Richard Davis | Hulme, 1980s-90s | Open Edition Prints

Richard Davis (born in 1965) is a British social documentary and portrait photographer from Birmingham, UK.

Richard moved to Manchester in 1988 to study photography at the city’s Polytechnic and lived in Hulme, which, at the time, was the largest public housing development in Europe.

His photographs document everyday life on the estate, dominated by four large, Brutalist-inspired, crescent-shaped housing blocks.

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