About the British photographer, Clare RICHARDSON (b.1973, in London)

Clare RICHARDSON began her practice working freelance as a photographic assistant to the likes of photographers Liz COLLINS and RANKIN amongst others, before channelling her experience into her own work. She lives in West Wales with my husband and children.

Photo books by Clare RICHARDSON

'Harlemville' (2003); 'Beyond the Forest' (2007); 'Design and Landscape for People' (2007); 'One & Another' (2010); 'A Cook's Year in a Welsh Farmhouse' (2011); 'Land' (2016); 'The Land Gardeners' (2019)

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'Harlemville' by Clare RICHARDSON is the result of a long-term project in which she documented the everyday life of a community in North America, which is guided by the writings of Rudolf Steiner, promoting free expression, creativity and imagination.
48,00 € Weight 0.7 kg
The book's title 'Beyond the Forest' corresponds to the translation for Transylvania. Clare RICHARDSON documents the everyday life of a farming community that relies on hard work to survive, as well as an environment that resembles pre-industrial England.
from 168,00 € Weight 0.5 kg
Solo exhibitions
  • 2001: 'Harlemville', White Cube, London
    2003: 'Sylvan', White Cube, London; 'Harlemville, Towner Gallery, Eastbourne
    2005: Duoglas Hyde Gallery
    2008: 'Beyond the Forest', Ffotogallery, Cardiff; 'Harlemville', Goethe Institute, Hamburg
Group exhibitions
  • 2001: 'John Kobal Photographic Award', National Portrait Gallery, London
    2002: 'Regarding Landscape', Art Gallery of York University, Canada; Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts, Montreal
    2003: 'Stepping In and Out: Contemporary Documentary Photography', V&A Museum
    2004: 'Collection Agnes B', Les Abattoirs, Toulouse; 'Summer Life', Alice Austen’s House, New York
    2006: 'Other Times', City Gallery, Prague
    2007: 'Something That I’ll Never Really See', Contemporary Photography from the V&A; 'National Portrait Gallery Photograpic Award', London; 'Utopian Mirage', The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Centre, New York; 'Arcadia', Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York
    2008: 'The Library of Babel / In and Out of Place', Berlin
    2009: Hereford Photograpy Festival; 'Of People and Places', Massachusetts University, USA
    2011: 'New Eyes', Towner Gallery, Eastbourne