Please join us in the Bookshop for the launch of Nicholas Hughes new monograph, Nowhere Far, published by GOST.
Nowhere Far, the first monograph by Nicholas Hughes, has been 15 years in the making and spans six separate series of abstract and ethereal landscapes. Hughes’s work is concerned with landscape, the environment and contemporary man’s relationship to these, examining the space between the world people habit and that which nature claims as its own.
The book contains a foreword by the director of The Photographers' Gallery, Brett Rogers, and essays by Jay Griffiths and Martin Barnes.
The publication has been part funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Arts Council England and Cornwall Council.
Signed copies are available to pre-order.
Nicholas Hughes was born in Liverpool in 1963 and studied photography at the London College of Communication. His work has been shown in over sixty group and solo exhibitions worldwide, as well as at the world's major international art fairs in Paris, Los Angeles, and New York. His photographs can be found in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; the Gana Art Center, Seoul; the Falmouth Art Gallery, Cornwall; and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. His work has been featured in numerous journals and magazines, including Next Level, Hotshoe International, The Photographer, and the British Journal of Photography, and was included in the Harvard University Press publication, Photography and the Art of Chance in 2015.
Thu 7 Dec, 18.00 - 20.00, Bookshop.
Free event, no Booking.