John on the Coal, Seacoal Camp, Lynemouth, Northumbria, 1983
Crabs and people, Skinningrove, N. Yorkshire, 1981
Bever, Skinningrove, N. Yorkshire, 1983
Brian at the disputed fence, Lynemouth, Northumbria, 1982
Helen and her Hula-hoop, Seacoal Camp, Lynemouth, Northumbria, 1984
Demolished housing, Wallsend, Tyneside, 1977
Family, Whitley Bay, Tyneside, 1976
Easington, Co Durham, 1984
Housing estate, North Shields, Tyneside 1981
Woman in a bus shelter, Middlesbrough, Teeside, 1976
Sprouts Dunston Allotment, Gateshead, Tyneside, 1977
Royal Wedding celebration, North Shields, Tyneside 1981
Coal mine and terraced housing, Castleford, Yorkshire, 1976
The super tanker, ‘Tyne Pride’, Wallsend, Tyneside, 1975
Len Tabner painting, Skinningrove, N. Yorkshire, 1983
Father & son, West End, Newcastle, Tyneside, 1980.
Rocker and Rosie going home, Seacoal Beach, Lynemouth, Northumbria, 1984
Alice and the little dog, Seacoal Camp, Lynemouth, Northumbria, 1983
Cookie in the snow, Seacoal Camp, Lynemouth, Northumbria, 1984
Margaret, Rosie and Val, Seacoal Camp, Lynemouth, Northumbria, 1983
Torso, Pelaw, Gateshead, Tyneside, 1978
This is a set of fifty modern silver gelatin prints from Chris Killip’s seminal work In Flagrante.
The work consists of large format black and white photographs taken in the North East of England between 1976 to 1985. Made during a period of de-industrialisation in Britain, the photographs chart a changing landscape and the effect this had on the surrounding communities. The resulting images of In Flagrante, are born from Killip’s lengthy engagement with the North East, and key images from the collections such as Seacoal, Askam-in-Furness, Skinningrove, The Station, and Miners all feature within the work.
Published by Secker & Warburg in 1988 the book had a huge influence on the photography community in Britain as well as international audiences. Also included within the MPF collection are two early book maquettes made by Killip during the production of the work.
Modern silver gelatin prints
50.8 x 60.9cm & 101.60 x 127.00
1973 – 1985
Prints housed on behalf of Chris Killip Photography Trust.