Edward Woodman retrospective closed in February, printed in its entirety by Stu keegan.
It was a pleasure to work on another project with Edward and to work with his assistant Ashley . There are both colour and black and white prints in the exhibition
mostly A2 and some larger.
"Edward was the photographer of choice for two generations of British artists, from Richard Deacon, Antony Gormely, and Cornelia Parker to Mona Hatoum, Rachel Whiteread and Damien Hirst. These and other artists recognised Woodman's acute sensitivity to their intentions and his unparalleled ability to present their radical works and ideas through photography. But his beautiful and distinctive images go beyond mere documentation, for they are traces of creative relationships
that became intrinsic to the artworks and the way they
have been received by audiences."*
*extract from "The Artist's Eye", Edwards book that accompanied the exhibition.