In a smaller gallery next to the Art in Revolution: Liverpool 1911 is an exhibition of black and white photographs by Paul Trevor of inner city Liverpool taken in 1975. The exhibition features a sequence of stunning images that reflect both the poverty and material decay that afflicted inner city life in the 1970s. Most of the pictures feature children and amongst the battered landscape they add a sense of joy, hope, happiness and freedom.
Like you’ve Never Been Away is free and is at the Walker until 25th September and is well worth a visit if you’re passing. An excellent way to spend a lunch hour if you work in Liverpool City Centre.