The exhibition features the work of five photographers including Richard Bailey, Fiona Field, Kayte Brimacombe, Maria de Fatima Campos and Raffaello Raimondi all of whom have family members with Down's syndrome. Through photographs, video and diary entries, their work travels through from birth to adulthood and shows the myriad of life in between. The exhibition reveals the fulfilling, active and exciting lives of real people. It invites you not to look at perceived disability but instead to look at real people with Down's syndrome and their abilities.
Presented by Down's Syndrome Association, the exhibition takes place during Down's Syndrome Awareness Week (5-11 June).
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