Edward Barber

Here at CRAVE we’re big fans of photography, particularly if it has a message worth shouting about.

Back in the 1980’s photographer Edward Barber set out to capture the creativity and relentless passion of the anti-nuclear protest movement, and did it have something to say!? First attracting the attention of the media more than 30 years ago Barber has collaborated with the Imperial War Museums to reimagine his politically charged exhibition, featuring a new graphic installation, titled ‘Mind Map of Anti-Nuclear Protest.

The exhibition opens at IWM London on 26 May and will run until 4 September as part of IWM Contemporary, a programme of exhibitions featuring work created as a response to war and conflict.