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David Sinclair: Belfast in the Late 80s

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09 November 2017

Posted by Julie Bonzon

In the late 1980s, the ethno-nationalist conflict called ‘The Troubles’ was shaking Northern Ireland. Focusing his attention on Belfast, one of the main centres of the struggle between the British government and The Provisional Irish Republican Army (Provisional IRA), Walton photographer David Sinclair documented the (almost) ordinary lives of Belfast inhabitants. Taken in 1988, his powerful black and white pictures depict daily encounters between generations, joyful moments and protests animating the city. Capturing quiet or deserted street scenes, David Sinclair’s photographs suggest the aftermath of violence and witness the effects of poverty on the country.

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