Bill Brandt is regarded as one of the great paragons of British photography. His singular eye gave him a unique take on the quintessence of Britishness, as he formed an archive of images that are as socially powerful as they are visually poetic.
Brandt is known for documenting Britain and its people - the rich and poor, the celebrated artist and the unknown miner - but also for his idiosyncratic nude studies that obsessed him from 1951. Our show will focus on these two great facets of Brandt's work.
EDITED AND COMPILED BY: Giles Huxley-Parlour
RESEARCHED AND WRITTEN BY: David Wootton
FORMAT: Paperback, 210 X 167mm, 80 Pages
PUBLISHER: Chris Beetles Ltd
PUBLICATION DATE: 2009