Join us on Thursday 10th March for out next photographer’s talk.
We’re delighted to welcome Thomas Joshua Cooper.
Venue: Mining Institute, Neville Hall, Newcastle. 7pm
“Thomas Joshua Cooper is one of the most celebrated and distinctive landscape photographers working anywhere in the world today. He was born in California in 1946 but has lived in Scotland for many years. Cooper is the founding head of photography at Glasgow School of Art but spends much of his life seeking out the edges of the world. Like artists such as Richard Long, and Hamish Fulton, Cooper is a traveller, a nomadic artist whose extraordinary photographs are made in series at significant points around the globe, most often at its extremities. The capturing of any one image can involve days, weeks and months of preparation, arduous travel and considerable efforts to achieve. The locations are found on a map, tracked down and then photographed, each place the subject of a single negative taken with a weighty antique field camera. They are meditative, almost philosophical images, exquisitely printed by the artist in the 19th century manner with layers of silver and gold chloride.” www.inglebygallery.com/artists_detail.php?id=22
image credit: Thomas Joshua Cooper Broken Boulder in the Late Afternoon Sun (Remembering Timothy O’Sullivan) along the Snake River, Pillar Falls Canyon, Jerome Co., Idaho 2003-4, silver gelatin print