Edward Woodman (b. 1943) is one of the foremost photographers in the history of British contemporary art. In a career that spans six decades, Woodman’s journey as a photographer has taken him from making portraits of movie stars in the 1960s and recording political rallies and riots in Brixton in the 1980’s, to documenting Damien Hirst’s seminal exhibition Freeze in 1988 and overnight photoshoots in Zaha Hadid’s architecture studio.
Woodman’s journey as a photographer has taken him from making portraits of movie stars in the 1960s, to longstanding collaborations with artists including: Anya Gallaccio, Antony Gormley, Cornelia Parker, Richard Wilson and many more.
This exhibition is the first retrospective that spans Woodman’s six decade photographic practice and celebrates his remarkable career.
John Hansard Gallery, is delighted to present ‘Space, Light and Time: Edward Woodman, A Retrospective’ from 24 November 2018 to 2 February 2019 in partnership with Art360 Foundation.
Space Light and Time: Edward Woodman A Retrospective
Information correct at time of publication. Discover Southampton does not accept responsibility for any changes or cancellations to events and activities. It is advisable to contact the event organisers to confirm details before attending the event.