Since the early 1980s the artist Stephen Clarke has photographed the seaside town of Rhyl in an attempt to reclaim imagery from his childhood holidays.
Pictures of the fairground, seafront, and caravan park chronicle the resort’s inevitable ebb and flow of development and decline. Drawing on his collection of print ephemera, Stephen’s photographs and photomontages reflect upon the idealised scenes in postcards and family snapshots and contrast these with the prosaic reality.
The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday.
Also on Monday from 10am to 5pm on school holidays and Bank Holidays (except December).
Entrance to this special temporary exhibition is free.
There is a small charge when visiting the other galleries at the Weaver Hall Museum and Workhouse.
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Weaver Hall Museum
162 London Road
Tel: 01606 271640
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