6 May – 26 July 2014
Monday to Friday 9.00 – 17.00 and Saturdays 10.00 – 13.00
This is a new exhibition of stunning photographs by renowned photographer Edward Chambré Hardman.
Hardman spent over 60 years photographing the changing face of the Liverpool landscape and people.
Showcasing some of the thousands of images taken by Hardman, this exhibition reveals the everyday lives of the people of Liverpool against the backdrop of a world that is long gone, but still has its legacy in the identity and culture of Liverpool today.
From evocative scenes of the iconic Liverpool docks to dramatic images of Liverpool theatre, experience this rare opportunity to see some of Hardman’s most exclusive work.
On loan from the National Trust.