Oscar Marzaroli (1933-1988) recorded Glasgow's evolution through the 1960s, from urban decay to urban regeneration. He took the street life, shipyards, steelworks, children and the study of childhood as his subject. He moved amongst his subjects as an equal and a participant, not a 'privileged tourist'. In association with Marzaroli's estate, The Fine Art Society presented a selling exhibition of vintage prints from 1959 to 1968.
Oscar Marzaroli: Photography 1959-1968