An exhibition of archive and contemporary photographs of Manchester’s 20th century urban fabric selected from a year long programme of volunteer led activities by the Manchester Modernist Society. The exhibition is divided into four parts: Hulme; Manchester 60s & 70s; Sacred Suburbs and Mooch.

Hulme: When the Crescents were new – photographs of 1970s Hulme from the Manchester Metropolitan University Visual Resource Centre Manchester: 60s & 70s: Archive photographs selected from the Manchester Metropolitan University Visual Resource Centre. Sacred Suburbs: Archive images of Manchester‘s post war places of worship, selected by Angela Connelly and Matthew Steele from their ongoing research and blog ‘Sacred Suburbs’ and Mooch: Contemporary photographs taken by Stephen Marland whilst mooching around Greater Manchester, on a mission to photograph the vernacular and the unspectacular.

Conceived and curated by Jack Hale & Eddy Rhead, with Angela Connelly, Matthew Steele, Stephen Marland, John Davies and Hannah Neate.