Garry Fabian Miller new exhibition at V&A / Watch the latest video here
Garry Fabian Miller creates glowing abstract photographs by casting shadows, or blocking and filtering light on photographic paper in the darkroom. He walks on Dartmoor for inspiration, the location of his home and studio in south-west England. Click here to watch a film showing the landscape and artist at work, discussing the symbolism of his powerful imagery.
The new exhibition at London’s V&A, Shadow Catchers: Camera-less Photography (12 October 2010 – 20 February 2011), features five international artists who challenge the assumption that a camera is necessary to make a photograph. The V&A commissioned five short films on each of the artists, showing their studios and places that inspire them. This is a revealing and evocative look at their working environments and an insight into their creative ideas.
Shadow Catchers: Camera-less Photography (V&A, 12 October 2010 – 20 February 2011) is sponsored by Barclays Wealth.
Concurrently, Garry Fabian Miller’s own exhibition The Colour of Time will be showcased at HackelBury Fine Art, 4 Launceston Place, Kensington, London W8 5RL. The exhibition, which will contain some of Garry’s most impressive, large-scale work to date, will run between 1st October 2010 and 29th January 2011.
Download the press release below