Petworth Window, 10 September 1999

Garry Fabian Miller (1957 - )

Light, water dye destruction print


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  • About the work
    Country: Canada
    City: Ottawa
    Place: British High Commission
  • About the artist
    Garry Fabian Miller HonFRPS (b. 1957) is a British photographic artist. Since 1976, he has specialised in camera-less photography. The Victoria & Albert Museum have the largest holdings of his work spanning 30 years. Between 2014 – 2018 Miller worked with Dovecot Tapestry Studios, Edinburgh on a series of rugs and the tapestry, 'Voyage into the deepest darkest blue'. His interest and commitment to craft informed the exhibition 'Making, Thinking, Living' that he curated for the UK Crafts Study Centre in 2016. He was made an honorary fellow of the Royal Photographic Society in 2017. In 2018, the Victoria and Albert Museum premiered his first film Last evenings, a reimagining of the Magic Lantern slide performances of the early 1800s, in collaboration with the composer and musician Oliver Coates, and the poet Alice Oswald. He has lived with his family on Dartmoor in the South West of England since 1989.
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    Petworth Window, 10 September 1999
    Light, water dye destruction print
    height: 58.80 cm, width: 48.20 cm
    Purchased from Purdy Hicks Gallery, June 2001
    Purdy Hicks Gallery, London
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