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Sussex Days: Photographs by Dorothy Bohm

[ Exhibition )

Black and white photograph depicting a woman sitting crossarmed and apparently asleep on a deckchair on the beach. Next to her sit a small dog in a deck chair while another sniffs around her chair

Dorothy Bohm, Worthing, Sussex, 1970s, silver gelatin print on paper © Dorothy Bohm Archive

An exhibition of black and white photographs of Sussex life during the 1960s and 70s by celebrated photographer Dorothy Bohm.

A candid and often humorous window on a bygone era.

Dorothy Bohm (b.1924) is renowned for her portraiture and street photography of London, Paris and Moscow. This group of photographs – never before shown as a complete body of work – reveal Bohm’s personal connections with Sussex, the county in which she arrived from Nazi Europe in 1939.

De’Longhi Print Room exhibitions are free to enter.

“A glimpse in time.”

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See Sussex through Dorothy Bohm's eyes

Black and white photograph showing five men standing on bales of hay watching a horse race through binoculars

Goodwood Races, Sussex (1970s),

© Dorothy Bohm Archive

A black and white photograph showing two young boys watching a fairground organ

The Horsham Steam In, Horsham, 1970s,

© Dorothy Bohm Archive

Black and white photograph depicting a couple enjoying ice cream next to a kiosk

Hove Lawns, Brighton & Hove (1960s)

© Dorothy Bohm Archive

Black and white photograph showing groups of people sitting on a grassy bank next to a bare tree

Point to Point Race, Sussex (1970s)

© Dorothy Bohm Archive

Point to Point Race, Sussex (possibly Parham) (1972)

© Dorothy Bohm Archive

Black and white photograph showing two nuns sitting on a bench on a promenade facing the sea

Sussex beach (1970s)

© Dorothy Bohm Archive

Black and white photograph of Dorothy Bohm standing on a driveway leading to a large farmhouse