The exhibition traced the development of documentary practice in British photography over the decade 193-1993. The 80 works by 13 artists were selected by Brett Rogers. In her essay in the accompanying catalogue she outlined the historical background to the ‘renaissance’ of documentary photography which took place in Britain during the 1980s, starting with the work of established figures such as Martin Parr and Paul Graham and explorig the work of those they have influenced such as John Kippin, Anna Fox and Antony Haughey. The catalogue was published in 1993 by the British Council (ISBN 0 86355 232 3), the tour began in 1993 and ended in 1996.