About Eve Arnold Eve Arnold was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Russian immigrant parents. She began photographing in 1946, while working at a photo-finishing plant in New York City, and then studied photography in 1948 with Alexei Brodovitch at the New School for Social Research in New York. Arnold first became associated with Magnum Photos in 1951 and became a full member in 1957. She was based in the US during the 1950s but went to England in 1962 to put her son through school; except for a six-year interval when she worked in the US and China, she lived in the UK for the rest of her life. Her time in China led to her first major solo exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum in 1980, where she showed the resulting images. In the same year, she received the National Book Award for In China and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society of Magazine Photographers. In later years, she received many other honours and awards. In 1995, she was made fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and elected Master Photographer – the world’s most prestigious photographic honour – by New York’s International Center of Photography. In 1996, she received the Kraszna-Krausz Book Award for In Retrospect. The following year she was granted honorary degrees by the University of St Andrews, Staffordshire University, and the American International University in London; she was also appointed to the advisory committee of the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television in Bradford, UK. She has had twelve books published. Eve passed away in January of 2012. About Newlands House Newlands House is a gallery inspired by the historic associations of Petworth and Sussex with great artists, writers and designers from times past. Running in parallel with exhibitions dedicated to modern and contemporary art, photography and design, the gallery’s annual cultural programme builds on the heritage of Petworth and the town’s reputation for excellence in music, literature and antiques. Newlands House occupies a spacious Grade II listed Georgian townhouse and adjacent coach house in Petworth, West Sussex, in the heart of the South Downs. Spanning 7,500 square feet, the building was originally built for Dr. Newlands in the 18th century and was previously occupied by an antiques and interiors shop, Augustus Brandt Antiques. Petworth boasts one of the country’s largest art collections, housed in the National Trust’s Petworth House and Park, and sits at the centre of Sussex’s burgeoning cultural scene, spanning museums, art centres, festivals, vineyards, nature trails and stately homes. Address: Newlands House Gallery Pound Street, Petworth, West Sussex GU28 0DX, United Kingdom How to get there: Newlands House is approximately 60 miles from London, accessible via train (one and a half hours approximately). The closest train station is Pulborough, which is a 20-minute bus drive or a 10-minute car drive to the gallery. Ticketed parking facilities are nearby. Tickets: General Admission (16 years and over): £14.50 Child Admission, under 10 years is free. 10 years to 16 years: £7.25 Family ticket: (2 Adults + 2 Children): £30.00 NHS Staff and students £7.25 (ID required) Art Pass £99.00 (free entry for the card member plus one guest for a year and 10% off at the HG Café. Art Pass Holders are also invited to the gallery’s exclusive events. To Purchase tickets, visit newlandshouse.gallery or call 01798 65 1002. Instagram: @newlands.house.gallery Facebook: newlandshouse.gallery Website: newlandshouse.gallery Linkedin: newlands-house-gallery Pinterest: newlandshousegallery YouTub e here.