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Actual Life presents work made in Kent by the British photographer Toby Glanville over a period of three years, from 1997 to 2000. The setting for Glanville’s work is largely rural and yet he generates a response to people and places that is entirely contemporary and compelling. Like the best photographs, Glanville’s restrained and delicate colour images are both simple and densely weighted with the complexities of time and space. Published to coincide with an exhibition of his work at the V&A, this book established Glanville as an important voice in contemporary British photography.
With an essay by the renowned psychotherapist and writer Adam Phillips.
Limited edition of 1000.
Designed by Mat Lock and Kate Rogers.
Published in 2002
268mm x 210 mm
40 colour plates
ISBN: 1-903796 -06-7