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'Billingham's landscape photography comes out of a self-disciplined challenge to prove, once again, that as an artist he is capable of making work in the most clear and new manner until it 'looks like something you have never seen before!'' - Sacha Craddock
Richard Billingham came to the attention of the photography and art world for his acclaimed first book - Ray's a Laugh - a portrait of his alcoholic father, which trod a delicate path between voyeurism, social commentary, and intense self-exposure. Over recent years, he has increasingly photographed landscapes. The images are contemplative and thoughtful and reflect his primary concern for the 'making' of an image.
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