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Franklyn Rodgers is an award-winning photographer. He was described by the late Professor Stuart Hall as part of a generation of artists who redefined the  idea of Black British representation at a critical moment in the struggle for  cultural identity. Rodgers’ work was recently shown in Somerset House’s  landmark exhibition, ‘Get Up, Stand Up Now’ (2019), as well as Autograph ABP  for the solo exhibition, ‘Franklyn Rodgers: A Portrait of Loretta’ (2018). His work  is held in the permanent collections of Autograph ABP, the National Portrait  Gallery, Tate Britain and the Wellcome Collection.