Hannah Blackmore is a British photographer living in South East London. Her work explores the identity of individuals and communities, examining how we present ourselves, the ties that bring us together, and the impressions we leave behind.
Vacant is a series of photographs of empty, closed down and abandoned shop fronts from Hannah’s home towns of Margate, Ramsgate and Cliftonville. The images were taken in 2011, just before Margate and the surrounding areas recent regeneration began to take off. The project captures a moment in time, from the areas long history of rises and falls in fortune.
The series is currently being displayed as part of the Turner Contemporary Margate’s first photographic exhibition to date: Seaside: Photographed. It will then go on national tour throughout 2019 – 2020.
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“Like distressed dowagers, they cling to their classiness until the end.” – Val Williams, READ MORE
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