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There Was & There Was Not, 6By Claire Newman-Williams

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US$ 580




C-Print, Archival pigment ink on fine art paper

Edition of 8

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Artist Statement

This piece is a triptych of images shot 20 years apart. The image of the woman was taken as part of a series with a plastic holga camera in a field on a cold wintry day in North
Lincolnshire; the other 2 images fairly recently. When I shoot, I regularly find myself capturing somewhat random images that inspire me at the time, but have no real sense of
context. That comes later when I layer together the different elements of a piece to create a narrative. In the moments that I capture the images it’s more like being a collector than
a photographer. It’s in the post-photographic process that the story is told. Large print in edition of 8. Small print edition of 25.


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Born: 1966
Hometown: Chittoe
Based in: Wiltshire

Claire Newman-Williams is a British photographic artist. Whether crafting mixed media collages or photographic prints, Claire creates images that appear to have been pulled from the no-mans land that exists between imagination and reality. These images, often described as “filmic” and “haunting”, leave us wondering which world they inhabit. Are …


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