The Photojournalist Using His Camera to Level the ScoreEmily Gosling, AnOther Magazine June 22, 2017
Over his 60 years in photographic reportage, Neil Libbert has turned his lens to the good, the bad and the unfair, a new exhibition demonstrates.
Over his almost 60-year career photographer Neil Libbert has shot everything from the Brixton Riots to George Best, a young Helen Mirren, the folk working at a DHSS Benefit Office, and children playing on the streets of Harlem in the 1960s. Whatever his subject and whenever it was shot, Libbert’s knack for capturing those tiny moments that tell a thousand stories make each photograph as brilliant and revelatory as the next.
Neil Libbert at Michael Hoppen Gallery, LondonL'Oeil de la Photographie June 9, 2017
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Flat caps and bowler hats: Neil Libbert's bygone BritainThe Guardian June 9, 2017
For six decades, the celebrated Guardian photojournalist has chronicled everyday British life. Here, he trains his lens on postwar austerity – and flying cats
Neil Libbert at Michael Hoppen GalleryMonovisions June 8, 2017
Libbert has been working as a street photographer and photojournalist for nearly 60 years and the exhibition will focus on key works made during his earlier career. This will be the first recent opportunity to explore the full range of Libbert’s talents and will include a number of previously unseen prints such as West Indian Arrivals, Waterloo Station, 1961 or Outside the Black-E Arts Centre, Liverpool, 1973...
PROLIFIC PHOTO JOURNALIST NEIL LIBBERT OPENS NEW EXHIBITIONJuxtapoz June 1, 2017
Neil Libbert has been working as a street photographer and photojournalist for nearly 60 years and his upcoming exhbition at Michael Hoppen Gallery will focus on key works made during his earlier career.