Trickett & Webb chose Pandit Nehru, the first prime minister of independent India, for this montage entitled The Minority. ‘We wanted to show how the minority can be represented by a man or a woman of vision at odds with the majority,’ says Trickett & Webb designer Andrew Thomas. The montage opens a section based on this theme in picture agency Hulton Deutsch’s new catalogue. Nehru certainly stands out when sandwiched between wartime commuters displaying ‘a ghostly uniformity’. The images in the picture come from Hulton Deutsch’s digitised database.
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