Internally Displaced Persons camps in Borno State, Nigeria are centers harboring Nigerians who have been forced to flee their homes but remain within the country's borders. Displaced persons in Maiduguri camps ranged from 120,000 to 130,000, while those in local government areas ranged above 400,000. Need your help.
Iconic British photographer Daniel Meadows has been documenting the world around him for almost half a century. He calls it celebrating “the felt life of the great ordinary.” Throughout this time, Daniel has encountered and captured strangers all over England.
Fiercely independent, Meadows has had a unique artistic journey. He first ran a free portrait studio in Manchester’s Moss Side in 1972. Then he traveled 10,000 miles in a converted double-decker bus, the Free Photographic Omnibus, setting up impromptu portrait sessions in towns and cities across the country’s heartland. 25 years later, he decided to reunite with some of the people he met during the 1970s.
The title Now and Then is a perfect reflection of Meadows’ work which involved him photographing his subjects across long intervals in their lives. These photographs — children, adults, couples captured in the 1970s and again in the 1990s have made a very important contribution to documentary journalism as a whole.
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