Untitled (Water Spraying Round a Rock)

Joyce Paul (1941 - )

Black and white photograph

1976

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    The photographer Paul Joyce was born in Hampshire in 1941 and has lived and worked in the UK all his life. In the 1960s he worked as a director and filmmaker, and his work encompassed TV documentaries; the Doctor Who story 'Warriors’ Gate'; a comedy written by Tom Stoppard; a film adaptation of a short play by Samuel Beckett; and stage productions of plays by Harold Pinter and Joe Orton. He first exhibited his photography at a group show entitled 'New Photography' at The Midland Group Gallery in Nottingham in 1974. His work has been acquired by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and the Arts Council England. In 1977 another exhibition of his work, 'Elders', was held at the National Portrait Gallery, London. He has a considerable collection of monochrome portraits in the National Portrait Gallery, featuring many celebrated artists including John Piper, Graham Sutherland, Bill Brandt and Henry Moore.
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    Title
    Untitled (Water Spraying Round a Rock)
    Date
    1976
    Medium
    Black and white photograph
    Acquisition
    Purchased from the Photographers' Gallery, February 1977
    GAC number
    13190