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Landmarks: A Survey 
 
  
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Hardcover 
184 pages 
Dewi Lewis Publishing 
Published 2002 
  
About the Author 
  
Author, or co-author, of 17 books, including Remains of Elmet, with poet Ted Hughes; and the Land trilogy, Land, Our forbidden land and The Edge of the Land. Fellow of the National Museum of Photography and Royal Photographic Society. Work held by major UK galleries-National Portrait Gallery, V & A Museum, National Museum of Photography. Also BibliothTque Nationale, Paris, and Stanford Museum of Art, U.S.A.  
  
 
  
Book Description 
  
Landmarks celebrates of the work of Fay Godwin, one of the UK's most respected and influential photographers. Drawing on the while body of her photographic practice of the last thirty years, it includes literary portraits, humorous snapshots, and rural and urban landscapes, as well as the intimate series of colour images, Glassworks, that marks the most recent evolution of her vision. Poet Simon Armitage introduces the work, and an essay by photographic historian Roger Taylor explores and illuminates both her career and her approach to photography.
 
  
 
  

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Landmarks: A Survey 
  
Fay Godwin (Photographer); Simon Armitage (Introduction); & Roger Taylor
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