About the Book
I was incredibly lucky to enjoy an eight year *exposure* to the most extensive Photography collection in the world during my time at the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television in Bradford, UK.
The Museum broadened my understanding of photographic boundaries and combined with further influences ranging from the panoramic vertical genius of Horst Hamaan to the iconic magnitude of Andreas Gursky I evolved my own style of photographic art around the urban aesthetics of the man made, a self styled genre and theme I tag as ‘Artitecture’.
This book I created both as a life marker and as a physical representation of my work aside from web content. It contains a personal selection of 42 images spanning 2005 to the 1st day of 2008.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date May 09, 2008
- Tags social comment, urban art, industrial art, found art, street art, city art, National Museum of Photography Film and Television, fine art, photography, contemporary, art, artitecture, architecture, richbos, minimal, minimalism, intersection, urban, industrial, structure, form, artistic, aesthetics, industry, built, buildings, NMeM, interaction