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The Colour of Time

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25 x 25 cm, hardback, 192 pages, 150 colour illustrations, 

ISBN 978-1-907317-06-4. Published Black Dog Publishing, 2010.

Signed copy.

£29.95Buy now

The Colour of Time is a retrospective overview of the work of British artist Garry Fabian Miller.

 

For over 30 years, Garry Fabian Miller has challenged perceptions of contemporary photography. Miller is one of very few photographers to investigate the possibilities of camera-less photography – reducing this medium to its bare essentials: light and light-sensitive paper.

 

Since the 1970s Fabian Miller has reinvented himself as an artist specialising in darkroom-produced photographic images exploring the elements of light, time and colour. Fabian Miller exposes light directly onto photographic paper through substances such as plants, lead, engine oil, cut-out paper shapes, glass and water. The Colour of Time includes invaluable contributions from academics in the field and a chronological exploration of Fabian Miller’s works including the abstract Year One and Year Two series.

 

Widely perceived as Fabian Miller’s most ambitious and challenging work to date, it marks a significant advance in his unique visual language. The cumulative knowledge of a life’s work is reflected in the clarity and strength of these striking images. As well as beautifully reproducing Miller’s innovative work, The Colour of Time also includes insightful essays by Adam Nicolson, Marina Warner and Nigel Warburton placing his life and work in fascinating contexts relating to philosophy, poetry and history.

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The Colour of Time

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25 x 25 cm, hardback, 192 pages, 150 colour illustrations, 

ISBN 978-1-907317-06-4. Published Black Dog Publishing, 2010.

Signed copy.

£29.95Buy now

The Colour of Time is a retrospective overview of the work of British artist Garry Fabian Miller.

 

For over 30 years, Garry Fabian Miller has challenged perceptions of contemporary photography. Miller is one of very few photographers to investigate the possibilities of camera-less photography – reducing this medium to its bare essentials: light and light-sensitive paper.

 

Since the 1970s Fabian Miller has reinvented himself as an artist specialising in darkroom-produced photographic images exploring the elements of light, time and colour. Fabian Miller exposes light directly onto photographic paper through substances such as plants, lead, engine oil, cut-out paper shapes, glass and water. The Colour of Time includes invaluable contributions from academics in the field and a chronological exploration of Fabian Miller’s works including the abstract Year One and Year Two series.

 

Widely perceived as Fabian Miller’s most ambitious and challenging work to date, it marks a significant advance in his unique visual language. The cumulative knowledge of a life’s work is reflected in the clarity and strength of these striking images. As well as beautifully reproducing Miller’s innovative work, The Colour of Time also includes insightful essays by Adam Nicolson, Marina Warner and Nigel Warburton placing his life and work in fascinating contexts relating to philosophy, poetry and history.

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The Colour of Time

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25 x 25 cm, hardback, 192 pages, 150 colour illustrations, 

ISBN 978-1-907317-06-4. Published Black Dog Publishing, 2010.

Signed copy.

£29.95Buy now

The Colour of Time is a retrospective overview of the work of British artist Garry Fabian Miller.

 

For over 30 years, Garry Fabian Miller has challenged perceptions of contemporary photography. Miller is one of very few photographers to investigate the possibilities of camera-less photography – reducing this medium to its bare essentials: light and light-sensitive paper.

 

Since the 1970s Fabian Miller has reinvented himself as an artist specialising in darkroom-produced photographic images exploring the elements of light, time and colour. Fabian Miller exposes light directly onto photographic paper through substances such as plants, lead, engine oil, cut-out paper shapes, glass and water. The Colour of Time includes invaluable contributions from academics in the field and a chronological exploration of Fabian Miller’s works including the abstract Year One and Year Two series.

 

Widely perceived as Fabian Miller’s most ambitious and challenging work to date, it marks a significant advance in his unique visual language. The cumulative knowledge of a life’s work is reflected in the clarity and strength of these striking images. As well as beautifully reproducing Miller’s innovative work, The Colour of Time also includes insightful essays by Adam Nicolson, Marina Warner and Nigel Warburton placing his life and work in fascinating contexts relating to philosophy, poetry and history.

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The Colour of Time

Read more

25 x 25 cm, hardback, 192 pages, 150 colour illustrations, 

ISBN 978-1-907317-06-4. Published Black Dog Publishing, 2010.

Signed copy.

£29.95Buy now

The Colour of Time is a retrospective overview of the work of British artist Garry Fabian Miller.

 

For over 30 years, Garry Fabian Miller has challenged perceptions of contemporary photography. Miller is one of very few photographers to investigate the possibilities of camera-less photography – reducing this medium to its bare essentials: light and light-sensitive paper.

 

Since the 1970s Fabian Miller has reinvented himself as an artist specialising in darkroom-produced photographic images exploring the elements of light, time and colour. Fabian Miller exposes light directly onto photographic paper through substances such as plants, lead, engine oil, cut-out paper shapes, glass and water. The Colour of Time includes invaluable contributions from academics in the field and a chronological exploration of Fabian Miller’s works including the abstract Year One and Year Two series.

 

Widely perceived as Fabian Miller’s most ambitious and challenging work to date, it marks a significant advance in his unique visual language. The cumulative knowledge of a life’s work is reflected in the clarity and strength of these striking images. As well as beautifully reproducing Miller’s innovative work, The Colour of Time also includes insightful essays by Adam Nicolson, Marina Warner and Nigel Warburton placing his life and work in fascinating contexts relating to philosophy, poetry and history.

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The Colour of Time

Read more

25 x 25 cm, hardback, 192 pages, 150 colour illustrations, 

ISBN 978-1-907317-06-4. Published Black Dog Publishing, 2010.

Signed copy.

£29.95Buy now

The Colour of Time is a retrospective overview of the work of British artist Garry Fabian Miller.

 

For over 30 years, Garry Fabian Miller has challenged perceptions of contemporary photography. Miller is one of very few photographers to investigate the possibilities of camera-less photography – reducing this medium to its bare essentials: light and light-sensitive paper.

 

Since the 1970s Fabian Miller has reinvented himself as an artist specialising in darkroom-produced photographic images exploring the elements of light, time and colour. Fabian Miller exposes light directly onto photographic paper through substances such as plants, lead, engine oil, cut-out paper shapes, glass and water. The Colour of Time includes invaluable contributions from academics in the field and a chronological exploration of Fabian Miller’s works including the abstract Year One and Year Two series.

 

Widely perceived as Fabian Miller’s most ambitious and challenging work to date, it marks a significant advance in his unique visual language. The cumulative knowledge of a life’s work is reflected in the clarity and strength of these striking images. As well as beautifully reproducing Miller’s innovative work, The Colour of Time also includes insightful essays by Adam Nicolson, Marina Warner and Nigel Warburton placing his life and work in fascinating contexts relating to philosophy, poetry and history.

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The Colour of Time

Read more

25 x 25 cm, hardback, 192 pages, 150 colour illustrations, 

ISBN 978-1-907317-06-4. Published Black Dog Publishing, 2010.

Signed copy.

£29.95Buy now

The Colour of Time is a retrospective overview of the work of British artist Garry Fabian Miller.

 

For over 30 years, Garry Fabian Miller has challenged perceptions of contemporary photography. Miller is one of very few photographers to investigate the possibilities of camera-less photography – reducing this medium to its bare essentials: light and light-sensitive paper.

 

Since the 1970s Fabian Miller has reinvented himself as an artist specialising in darkroom-produced photographic images exploring the elements of light, time and colour. Fabian Miller exposes light directly onto photographic paper through substances such as plants, lead, engine oil, cut-out paper shapes, glass and water. The Colour of Time includes invaluable contributions from academics in the field and a chronological exploration of Fabian Miller’s works including the abstract Year One and Year Two series.

 

Widely perceived as Fabian Miller’s most ambitious and challenging work to date, it marks a significant advance in his unique visual language. The cumulative knowledge of a life’s work is reflected in the clarity and strength of these striking images. As well as beautifully reproducing Miller’s innovative work, The Colour of Time also includes insightful essays by Adam Nicolson, Marina Warner and Nigel Warburton placing his life and work in fascinating contexts relating to philosophy, poetry and history.

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