Commissions

Stephen Gill

Hackney Flowers 2007 An evocative and beautiful series, evolving from `Hackney Wick`. Collections of flowers, seeds, berries and objects found by Stephen were then re-photographed with the original prints. This has produced multi layered images, and also features a parallel series of members of the public, with floral details on their person. ... view web site


Mark Leary

Made in China 2007
Exqusite large format photographs which study the developments taking place in Bejing, as the city becomes a vast construction site. Mark`s fascination is with the minutae of everyday life, and his images do not try to hide the truth. Foreword by Mark Reddy ... view web site


Stephen Gill

Hackney Wick (2005)
Between the Grand Union Canal and the River Lea in East London sits Hackney Wick. An area now completely changed beyond recognition, as the Land is prepared for the 2012 Olympic Games. From 2002 Stephen Gill took photographs using an old camera bought for 50p at the sunday market that used to take place in the old greyhound and speedway stadium. A remarkable book showing a place, people and lifesyle now moved on, and shows the hidden natural oasis of a part of London forever changed. ... view web site


Stephen Gill

Invisible 2005
Stephen Gill`s observation of a paradox.
Flourescent safety clothing worn by workers has become so universal and commonplace, it happens to render the wearers seemingly invisible as individuals. This book was a further development into his sustained interest into the way cities work, and interact with it`s inhabitants. ... view web site


Stephen Gill

Field Studies(2004)
A collection of eight series of images, produced by Stephen in and around London from 1999-2004. Rob produced some of the c-types for this original and fascinating book.The first of Stephen`s publications.
`Work that is a hybrid between the documentary and the conceptual. Gill is emerging as a major force in british photography` - Martin Parr ... view web site

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