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Illumine

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29 x 25 cm, hardback, 256 pages, 200 colour illustrations,

ISBN 978-1-85894-307-7. Published Merrell, 2005.

Signed copy.

£35.00Buy now

A complete retrospective monograph on the work of Garry Fabian Miller published by Merrell with a comprehensive essay by Martin Barnes, Senior Curator of Photographs at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. His engaging text describes Fabian Miller’s continual re-examination of the creative process and the philosophical underpinnings of his art, drawing connections between his life and his work and placing his achievements in both contemporary and historical contexts. Most importantly, it charts Fabian Miller’s lifelong interest in the nature of light and its transforming power.

 

This book was published to mark Fabian Miller’s exhibition of work at the V&A in June of 2005.     

 

Designed by John Morgan Studio.

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Illumine

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29 x 25 cm, hardback, 256 pages, 200 colour illustrations,

ISBN 978-1-85894-307-7. Published Merrell, 2005.

Signed copy.

£35.00Buy now

A complete retrospective monograph on the work of Garry Fabian Miller published by Merrell with a comprehensive essay by Martin Barnes, Senior Curator of Photographs at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. His engaging text describes Fabian Miller’s continual re-examination of the creative process and the philosophical underpinnings of his art, drawing connections between his life and his work and placing his achievements in both contemporary and historical contexts. Most importantly, it charts Fabian Miller’s lifelong interest in the nature of light and its transforming power.

 

This book was published to mark Fabian Miller’s exhibition of work at the V&A in June of 2005.     

 

Designed by John Morgan Studio.

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Illumine

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29 x 25 cm, hardback, 256 pages, 200 colour illustrations,

ISBN 978-1-85894-307-7. Published Merrell, 2005.

Signed copy.

£35.00Buy now

A complete retrospective monograph on the work of Garry Fabian Miller published by Merrell with a comprehensive essay by Martin Barnes, Senior Curator of Photographs at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. His engaging text describes Fabian Miller’s continual re-examination of the creative process and the philosophical underpinnings of his art, drawing connections between his life and his work and placing his achievements in both contemporary and historical contexts. Most importantly, it charts Fabian Miller’s lifelong interest in the nature of light and its transforming power.

 

This book was published to mark Fabian Miller’s exhibition of work at the V&A in June of 2005.     

 

Designed by John Morgan Studio.

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Illumine

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29 x 25 cm, hardback, 256 pages, 200 colour illustrations,

ISBN 978-1-85894-307-7. Published Merrell, 2005.

Signed copy.

£35.00Buy now

A complete retrospective monograph on the work of Garry Fabian Miller published by Merrell with a comprehensive essay by Martin Barnes, Senior Curator of Photographs at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. His engaging text describes Fabian Miller’s continual re-examination of the creative process and the philosophical underpinnings of his art, drawing connections between his life and his work and placing his achievements in both contemporary and historical contexts. Most importantly, it charts Fabian Miller’s lifelong interest in the nature of light and its transforming power.

 

This book was published to mark Fabian Miller’s exhibition of work at the V&A in June of 2005.     

 

Designed by John Morgan Studio.

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Illumine

Read more

29 x 25 cm, hardback, 256 pages, 200 colour illustrations,

ISBN 978-1-85894-307-7. Published Merrell, 2005.

Signed copy.

£35.00Buy now

A complete retrospective monograph on the work of Garry Fabian Miller published by Merrell with a comprehensive essay by Martin Barnes, Senior Curator of Photographs at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. His engaging text describes Fabian Miller’s continual re-examination of the creative process and the philosophical underpinnings of his art, drawing connections between his life and his work and placing his achievements in both contemporary and historical contexts. Most importantly, it charts Fabian Miller’s lifelong interest in the nature of light and its transforming power.

 

This book was published to mark Fabian Miller’s exhibition of work at the V&A in June of 2005.     

 

Designed by John Morgan Studio.

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Illumine

Read more

29 x 25 cm, hardback, 256 pages, 200 colour illustrations,

ISBN 978-1-85894-307-7. Published Merrell, 2005.

Signed copy.

£35.00Buy now

A complete retrospective monograph on the work of Garry Fabian Miller published by Merrell with a comprehensive essay by Martin Barnes, Senior Curator of Photographs at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. His engaging text describes Fabian Miller’s continual re-examination of the creative process and the philosophical underpinnings of his art, drawing connections between his life and his work and placing his achievements in both contemporary and historical contexts. Most importantly, it charts Fabian Miller’s lifelong interest in the nature of light and its transforming power.

 

This book was published to mark Fabian Miller’s exhibition of work at the V&A in June of 2005.     

 

Designed by John Morgan Studio.

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Illumine

Read more

29 x 25 cm, hardback, 256 pages, 200 colour illustrations,

ISBN 978-1-85894-307-7. Published Merrell, 2005.

Signed copy.

£35.00Buy now

A complete retrospective monograph on the work of Garry Fabian Miller published by Merrell with a comprehensive essay by Martin Barnes, Senior Curator of Photographs at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. His engaging text describes Fabian Miller’s continual re-examination of the creative process and the philosophical underpinnings of his art, drawing connections between his life and his work and placing his achievements in both contemporary and historical contexts. Most importantly, it charts Fabian Miller’s lifelong interest in the nature of light and its transforming power.

 

This book was published to mark Fabian Miller’s exhibition of work at the V&A in June of 2005.     

 

Designed by John Morgan Studio.

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