He has never forgotten or lost interest in his first love. Steidlmack, 2007 first edition, 12 volumes first edition, cloth covered hardcovers, signed by paul graham, limited edition of 1,000 sets, 24,2 x 31,8 cm, 376 pages, 167 colour plates, paris photo book prize 2011. For the first time, this exhibition brings together three bodies of work made in the united states between 1998 and 2011, american night 19982002, a shimmer of possibility 200406, and the present 200911. Paul graham is a british photographer living and working in new york city. Paul graham biography hyman collection british photography. My paintings move from the figurative into that nomans land of semiabstraction through to the murky waters of.
Close up interview paul graham photographer, judge of. Subscribe to access price results for 150,000 different artists. Thats why oil paintings look so different from watercolors. Paul graham is a british photographer, living in new york.
Click here to view some of his amazing handmade sculptures, paintings, and other artwork. Empty heaven, kunstmuseum wolfsburgscalo books, zurich. Photographs 19812006, folkwang museum, essen mid career survey book. Paul graham photographer born 1956, british photographer paul graham programmer born 1964, lisp programmer, venture capitalist, and essayist paul graham basketball coach born 1951, college basketball coach paul graham basketball born 1967, former nba player paul graham novelist, american novelist paul graham bodybuilder, australian professional. An interactive approach free a gentle introduction free gnu emacs extensions. Paul graham photography books rare and collectable. Choose your favorite peter graham designs and purchase them as wall art, home decor, phone cases, tote bags, and more.
All peter graham artwork ships within 48 hours and includes a 30day moneyback guarantee. Oct 25, 2012 paul graham is a highly influential british photographer whose work spans a wide range of work. Every book is shown with front, back and spine and most of them with sample spreads. But one of the most valuable sources of ideas in the visual arts is the resistance of the medium. Oct 17, 2000 paul graham anthony reynolds gallery, london p aul grahams exhibition, entitled paintings, is a show of photographs. His work has been widely exhibited for over 35 years, notably including a mid career survey show at the whitechapel gallery in 2010, and a 2009 solo show at the museum of modern art, new york. Additional articles by john martin, lincoln kirstein, evangeline stokowski, stark young, wallingford riegger, edith j r isaacs, roy hargreave, james johnson sweeney, george antheil, margaret lloyd, louis danz, martha graham.
Paul graham about paul graham, biography, exhibitions. Hackers and painters is a book which reads like a collection of random essays. Pace gallery is presenting an exhibition of two bodies of work by paul graham. Though graham worked as a photographer during his 20s, he did not have his first show until he was 30. Paul nash 18891946 the english fine art painter, book illustrator and designer paul nash belonged to the tradition of independentminded artists, being firmly anchored in the english school of landscape painting but, at the same time, an active participant in the styles of modern art which swept europe during the early 20th century.
Paintings, lawrence rubin greenberg van doren fine art, new york, june july 21, 2000. This book was honored with the 2011 paris photo book prize for the most important photography book published in the past 15 years. The english photographer paul graham is known for his use of color photography that astutely explores the social fabric of our lives. For much of his oeuvre, paul graham has aimed his documentarystyle photography at the conditions of the working class in britain and elsewhere, producing photographs that were critical of politics implemented by former british prime minister margaret thatcher. May 20, 2004 hackers and painters is a book written by paul graham who ran a startup in the 1990s which was later sold to yahoo. Les grahams paintings are now in important collections in australia and throughout the world. Pace gallery presents two bodies of work by paul graham. Hackers and painters is a book written by paul graham who ran a startup in the 1990s which was later sold to yahoo. Paul graham was born in 1963 and has worked as a professional photographer in glasgow for over thirty years. Paul graham born 1956 is an english fineart and documentary photographer whose work has been exhibited, published and collected internationally graham has won the deutsche borse photography prize, the hasselblad award, the w. Paul graham has worked in several mediums including oils, clay, photography, and stained glass. My paintings move from the figurative into that nomans land of semiabstraction through to the murky waters of abstraction but underpinning everything i paint is a love of beauty. Numerous and frequentlyupdated resource results are available from this search. He has a phd in computer science from harvard and studied painting at risd.
Survey by andrew wilson, interview by gillian wearing, focus by carol squiers. Paul graham is a highly influential british photographer whose work spans a wide range of work. See available photographs, prints and multiples, and paintings for sale and learn about the artist. Shop for peter graham art from the worlds greatest living artists. His books a1 the great north road, troubled land, and new europe are likely to. Eugene smith grant, fellowships from winston churchill memorial trusts, citation needed john simon guggenheim memorial foundation, and won the inaugural paris. A stain on the back cover, otherwise copy in very good condition. His use of color film in the early 1980s, at a time when british photography was dominated by traditional blackandwhite social documentary, had a. Joint catalogue with lawrence rubin greenberg van doren fine art paul graham. A 30 minute book signing for paul grahams new catalog the whiteness of the whale will follow directly after the lecture. Paintings, galerie bob van orsouw, zurich, august 26september 30, 2000. Paul grahams paintings tags a1, mark power, matt johnston, paul graham, photobook club, photobooks, the great north road. Big ideas from the computer age, and ansi common lisp, and more on. A site dedicated to present photobooks and books on the virtual shelf.
Join facebook to connect with paul graham and others you may know. Graham in his unique figurative style of the 1940s and 1950s. Graham has been the subject of more than 80 solo exhibitions worldwide. Paul graham is a british photographic artist based in london. They are not even photographs of paintings although a. Biography by winthrop sargeant and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. The most complete book on the acclaimed british photographer. Anthony reynolds gallery galerie bob van orsouw lawrence rubin. Paul graham studied for a bsc at bristol university and in 1980 held his first exhibition, house portraits. Paul graham anthony reynolds gallery, london p aul grahams exhibition, entitled paintings, is a show of photographs. His pieces typically show people and objects in realistic settings with surreal. Oct, 2015 graham is the recipient of numerous honors and awards, including the 2009 deutsche borse photography prize and the 2012 hasselblad foundation international award, considered to be photographys highest honor. His books a1 the great north road, troubled land, and new europe are likely to be significant influences on my east end.
And i am extremely thankful to tom claxton of claxton projects for getting in touch regarding this book, and. Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by john graham. Paul graham is a contemporary british photographer known for his sequential color prints of people engaged in daily life. View over 46 les graham artworks sold at auction to research and compare prices.
He also works in other mediums such as watercolours, pencil and charcoal, and has made several cold bronze statues. The great north road, a series of color photographs made along a1, great britains longest numbered road. They are not even photographs of paintings although a cursory glance. Other than the ones he has written about on his website, here are a few more books paul has read and loved. In 2001, photographs from his series paintings were included in the exhibition, plateau of humankind, as part of the 49th venice biennale. Close up interview paul graham photographer, judge of new. Oclcs webjunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. In 1981, graham completed his first acclaimed work, a1.
Travel has been an important catalyst for his work from the early 1980s, when he started working seriously as a photographer. His pieces typically show people and objects in realistic settings with surreal or unusual elements added to the image. Paul graham books list of books by author paul graham. Paul graham has 43 books on goodreads with 224 ratings.
New europe, fotomuseum winterthurcornerhouse publications, manchester god in hell, grey editions, london artists book 1990. Moving to america in the late1990s proved to be a major turning point in his photographic work and life. These pictures provided evidence of grahams attraction to social themes and to the traces of history in the everyday, a recurrent theme of his work. This exhibition presents a selection of paintings and drawings by john d. For example, it recently emerged that the famous glass artist dale chihuly hasnt actually blown glass for 27 years. Last month at the new york art book fair, three people approached paul graham independently to tell him how moved they were by his new. Handmade sculptures and stained glass art paul graham. In my most recent post, introducing paul grahams other publications, i made a blunder in not including paintings, a series of images showing scrawls, pictures and scratches in toilets stalls published in 2000. In 2001, photographs from his series paintings were included in the exhibition, plateau of humankind, as part of. His work exploits the classic genres of photography, from still life to portraiture, to create a poetic vision of the social and psychological landscape, from belfast to tokyo. Reliable information about the coronavirus covid19 is available from the world health organization current situation, international travel. Unpaginated with 32 colored photos by paul graham, 8, softcover, signed by paul graham on fly leaf.
Paul grahams beyond caring published in 1986 is now considered one of the key works from. Marking the first photography presentation since pacemacgill merged with pace gallery, this large exhibition is the third solo show of grahams photography at the gallery since joining in 2011. Paul graham about paul graham, biography, exhibitions and. Graham, paintings and drawings author graham, john, 18871961 date 1968 publisher. See all books authored by paul graham, including hackers and painters. Paul has constantly pursued parttime education in all forms of art, and has exhibited his work widely and successfully.
All books by paul graham on photobooks and books josef chladek. Paul graham, contemporary artists monograph, phaidon press. Catalogue to accompany an exhibition of paintings by artist, rigby graham, at the gadsby gallery, leicester april 30may 17, 1969. His 12 volume photobook a shimmer of possibility 2007, summarizes grahams interest in calling attention to overlooked activities or places. Handmade sculptures and stained glass art paul graham originals. Some of the images from the series can be seen on grahams website here.1077 837 71 364 1110 775 31 1328 1286 1442 292 1427 639 576 676 1022 1300 102 498 691 1398 899 691 1371 1196 570 1067 876 281 1375 362 1356 230 996 198 1363