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Giant photos fill Durham market place
AN OPEN air gallery of giant photographs has sprung up in a market place.
The Co-operative Revolution Street Gallery will be in Durham Market Place until Monday, September 16.
The free outdoor exhibition features 24 images on three metre high installations aimed at highlighting the work of co-operative groups.
The gallery is on a nationwide tour to mark the United Nations International Year of Co-operatives.
Giles Hall, from The Co-operative, said: “We are delighted to bring the Gallery to Durham with its striking images and narrative showing how co-operatives grew from humble beginnings in the mid-19th century into a global movement with an estimated one billion members worldwide today.
“The Street Gallery illustrates how everyday people are not only predisposed to co-operation but are making it happen in communities the world over – changing their worlds for the better by making a difference to the society that they live in.”
For more information, visit the website co-operative.coop/streetgallery
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