I am currently in Brazil, working on my project and of course having a little vacation, that’s why it took a while for me to publish a new page on Lost on Publications. But finally here it is.
All the best,
Paul Graham was one of the photographers in the New British Colour movement, who introduced colour saturation to the documentary and conceptual photography.
He is also interested in the photobook as an art object in itself, and an author of various essays about photography. His essay “The Unreasonable Apple” and “Photography is Easy, Photography is Difficult” can be read on his site.
Fortunately today, when I wanted to publish this site, Paul Graham won the “Hasselblad Award”, one of the world’s most prestigious and highly doped photography prices. It couldn’t be a better timing.
The jury Statement gives a good overview about the person Paul Graham:
“Paul Graham is one of the most brilliant photographers of his generation. During the course of his nearly 40-year career, he has presented an extremely focused body of work, at once perfectly coherent and never monotonous. In images both sensitive and subtly political, he makes tangible the insignificant traces of ´the spirit of the times` we do not normally see. With his keen awareness of the photographic medium, he has constantly developed innovative forms of working with all aspects of photography. This makes him a profound force for renewal of the deep photographic tradition of engagement with the world.”
You can see the entire page with all posts of Paul Graham’s work here on Lost in Publications.
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