Karamel Gallery, London N22 6UJ, until 28 July
Photographer Andrew Wiard’s first exhibition brings together 70 stunning and iconic images from five decades of resistance.
The photographs go from the mostly Asian women on strike at Grunwick in 1976 to the student struggles of today. On the way they take in the Great Miners’ Strike, the poll tax riots and the anti-war movement.
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