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British photographer Paul Hart (b. 1961) explores our relationship with the landscape, in both a humanistic and socio-historical sense. His work examines human altered topography and our occupation and stewardship of this land, usually concentrating on one specific geographical region where he photographs intensively over a number of years. He works primarily with the black and white analogue process, using large and medium format film cameras and his practice involves all aspects of the photographic process from the negative through to the silver gelatin print.
Hart studied at the London College of Printing (UK) and Nottingham Trent University (UK) graduating in 1988 with a BA (Hons) in Photography. He has exhibited widely and his photographs and books reside in major collections including the Victoria & Albert Museum, The MoMA Library Collection and the Martin Parr Foundation Library.
In 2018/19 he received the inaugural Wolf Suschitzky Prize (UK/Austria) and shortlists for the Mark Rothko Memorial Trust Award (Latvia) and the HARIBAN Award (Japan).
He has published four critically acclaimed monographs with Dewi Lewis Publishing. His first book TRUNCATED (2009) is out of print. In 2020 he concluded the Fenland Trilogy, a ten year project on The Fens (UK), published as stand alone monographs ; FARMED (2016), DRAINED (2018) and RECLAIMED (2020.)
Follow Paul Hart on Instagram at @paulhartartist