Arts & Culture

Photo exhibition raising awareness of women in the justice system

In 2015 Emily Duffy was given an eight year prison sentence for conspiracy to supply Class A drugs. It was in her words the impact of being in an abusive relationship.

Her story, and many others are now part of a new exhibition looking at how female prisoners are seen and understood.

The project, called ‘Someone’s Daughter’ aims to explore the justice system by photographing women who have been through it, and served time behind bars.

Carl Buckley from Guernica 37 has been telling Alicia more, alongside Emily.

Someone’s Daughter is on at Photo London in September before touring other locations.

Tanya Francis 9th August 2021

TagArts & Culture, TagNews, LocationWestminster

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