The original photographic series, Visible Girls by Anita Corbin portrayed the search for identity; the street-level self that was part of a tribe bonded by music, fashion and politics.

36 years later, Corbin’s Visible Girls: Revisited has called those original Girls back together, viewing those changed women through a modern lens. MORE >


This compelling, photographic exhibition comprises both the ‘then’ and ‘now’ portraits and has been seen by nearly 30,000 visitors across the UK since 2017. 14 new portraits of ‘found girls’ have been added to the show since the tour began.

Find out more by clicking on the tour stops below:

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I have a copy of that original photograph and it is a constant reminder of the best of times and the worst of times.
Punk provided a sense of belonging. It was like an escape.
When something is such a big part of your formative years, you never really shake it off, despite …how old you get.
I think I put myself on the fringes because it was the safest thing to do.


“I wear the same clothes to work, school, home, wherever I go, it’s like a religion!”


Listen to the original cassette taped Reel To Reel recordings of Anita’s interviews with the Visible Girls!
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