Daniel Meadows: Now and Then celebrates the work of one of Britain’s foremost photographers who worked from the 1970s onward, authentically capturing British life. The show presents pairs of portraits taken in the 1970s and again in the 1990s, alongside short films explaining how the pictures came about and what happened next.
The exhibition also marks the recent and important gift of Daniel Meadows’ photographic archive to the Bodleian Libraries.
The Bodleian Libraries are grateful to The Bern Schwartz Family Foundation for its support of the exhibition and accompanying publication.
5 July 2019 - 8 March 2020
Every map tells a story. Talking Maps is a celebration of maps and what they tell us about the places they depict and the people that make and use them.
Drawing on the Bodleian's unparalleled collection of more than 1.5 million maps, this exhibition brings together an extraordinary selection of ancient, pre-modern and contemporary maps from a range of cultures and in a variety of formats as well as showcasing fascinating imaginary, fictional and war maps.