They could be in an recording or a shoebox of storages. But are your prized clas photos of wider value? And could they be part of Britain’s cultural heritage?
A brand-new exhibition space in Manchester plans to showcase people’s snapshots of daily life in the 1970 s, 80 s and 90 s after a crowdfunding request fostered PS10, 000.
The People’s Archive collects and cures idols sent in online by members of the public and is available with a permanent residence for them.
The archive was founded by Paul Wright, who given it up as part of his rich, The British Culture Archive, which has been working with documentary photographers to create a pictorial record of social altered in the UK over the last 50 years.
Lifelong photography enthusiast Mr Wright started sharing images on his Instagram feed.