27 May - 30 August Outdoor Locations across Birmingham and Sandwell 1 June - 10 August Birmingham New Street 20 June - 7 July 40 New Town Row; Anchor Inn,, Digbeth; Dudley Road; Custard Factory Carpark; Pershore Road 7 July Victoria Square, Festival Site, Smithfield Festival Site 25 July - 3 August 33 Sutton New Road, Erdington; 970 Stratford Road; 10 Barford Street Southside; Coventry Road; Granville Street; Anchor Inn Digbeth; Pershore Road 16-29 August Livery Street; 40 New Town Row; Winson Green Road; Custard Factory Car Park; Pershore Road
UK-based internationally renowned artist Julian Germain has been making new work in the lead up to the Commonwealth Games, in collaboration with four and five generation families in the region. The project is a celebration of families, individuals, diversity and the people of Birmingham and the Black Country.
GENERATIONS is a large-scale photographic portrait project based on the aesthetic of the family portrait. Germain's camera captures extraordinary detail and character in his photographs, which provoke important questions about our life and times.
Generously supported by Arts Council England and The National Lottery Heritage Fund.