Autograph’s Senior Curator Renée Mussai remembers the late Nevil Hartley, who sadly passed away last month due to Covid-19, and revisits his generous contributions to our inaugural Photography Roadshows almost a decade ago
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Banner images: Nevil Hartley, London, 1960. Courtesy of Nevil Family Archive. Page images: 1 - 3 and 5) Courtesy of Nevil Family Archive. 6) Image - screengrab from the BBC Culture Show.
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