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Under the Sun

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26.7 x 20.3 cm, softcover, 104 pages, 28 colour reproductions,

ISBN 978-1-881997-016. Published Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco, 1996.

£30.00Buy now

'There is something in the air,' writes Jeffrey Fraenkel in his introduction to this exquisite catalogue. 'Over the last decade a remarkable body of photographic work has emerged out of England, the look of which seems unaligned to most photography of the last 150 years… what most distinguishes the work of this ‘Gang of Four’ - Christopher Bucklow, Susan Derges, Garry Fabian Miller and Adam Fuss  - is their conscious and deliberate engagement with the metaphysical possibilities of the medium.'

 

This beautifully designed volume contains biographical information about these four talented photographers, selections from Bucklow’s writing about his own work and that of his colleagues, and an essay by David Allan Mellor.

 

The first publication to bring together the work of four British photographers whose pictures have had a significant influence over the last decade. Often made without a camera, sometimes of nothing more than paper and light, their work is grounded in abstraction and deliberately the metaphysical possibilities of the medium. A survey of each artist’s photographs is reproduced through the extraordinary printing of Allethaire Press. 

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Under the Sun

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26.7 x 20.3 cm, softcover, 104 pages, 28 colour reproductions,

ISBN 978-1-881997-016. Published Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco, 1996.

£30.00Buy now

'There is something in the air,' writes Jeffrey Fraenkel in his introduction to this exquisite catalogue. 'Over the last decade a remarkable body of photographic work has emerged out of England, the look of which seems unaligned to most photography of the last 150 years… what most distinguishes the work of this ‘Gang of Four’ - Christopher Bucklow, Susan Derges, Garry Fabian Miller and Adam Fuss  - is their conscious and deliberate engagement with the metaphysical possibilities of the medium.'

 

This beautifully designed volume contains biographical information about these four talented photographers, selections from Bucklow’s writing about his own work and that of his colleagues, and an essay by David Allan Mellor.

 

The first publication to bring together the work of four British photographers whose pictures have had a significant influence over the last decade. Often made without a camera, sometimes of nothing more than paper and light, their work is grounded in abstraction and deliberately the metaphysical possibilities of the medium. A survey of each artist’s photographs is reproduced through the extraordinary printing of Allethaire Press. 

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Under the Sun

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26.7 x 20.3 cm, softcover, 104 pages, 28 colour reproductions,

ISBN 978-1-881997-016. Published Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco, 1996.

£30.00Buy now

'There is something in the air,' writes Jeffrey Fraenkel in his introduction to this exquisite catalogue. 'Over the last decade a remarkable body of photographic work has emerged out of England, the look of which seems unaligned to most photography of the last 150 years… what most distinguishes the work of this ‘Gang of Four’ - Christopher Bucklow, Susan Derges, Garry Fabian Miller and Adam Fuss  - is their conscious and deliberate engagement with the metaphysical possibilities of the medium.'

 

This beautifully designed volume contains biographical information about these four talented photographers, selections from Bucklow’s writing about his own work and that of his colleagues, and an essay by David Allan Mellor.

 

The first publication to bring together the work of four British photographers whose pictures have had a significant influence over the last decade. Often made without a camera, sometimes of nothing more than paper and light, their work is grounded in abstraction and deliberately the metaphysical possibilities of the medium. A survey of each artist’s photographs is reproduced through the extraordinary printing of Allethaire Press. 

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Under the Sun

Read more

26.7 x 20.3 cm, softcover, 104 pages, 28 colour reproductions,

ISBN 978-1-881997-016. Published Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco, 1996.

£30.00Buy now

'There is something in the air,' writes Jeffrey Fraenkel in his introduction to this exquisite catalogue. 'Over the last decade a remarkable body of photographic work has emerged out of England, the look of which seems unaligned to most photography of the last 150 years… what most distinguishes the work of this ‘Gang of Four’ - Christopher Bucklow, Susan Derges, Garry Fabian Miller and Adam Fuss  - is their conscious and deliberate engagement with the metaphysical possibilities of the medium.'

 

This beautifully designed volume contains biographical information about these four talented photographers, selections from Bucklow’s writing about his own work and that of his colleagues, and an essay by David Allan Mellor.

 

The first publication to bring together the work of four British photographers whose pictures have had a significant influence over the last decade. Often made without a camera, sometimes of nothing more than paper and light, their work is grounded in abstraction and deliberately the metaphysical possibilities of the medium. A survey of each artist’s photographs is reproduced through the extraordinary printing of Allethaire Press. 

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