David Hurn

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How Photographer David Hurn Captures Sublime Moments in Mundane Life

"I once wrote something: 'Life, as it unfolds in front of the camera, is full of such complexity, such wonder, such surprise, that I find it unnecessary to create new realities.' Now, that's rather pompous. But what I meant is it's more pleasure for me...

A major new photography exhibition at the National Maritime Museum in London reveals the unique idiosyncrasies of the British seaside, via works by Martin Parr, David Hurn, Tony Ray-Jones and Simon Roberts. British Beaches, British Seaside, Famous Beaches, Beach Photography, Street Photography, Photography Ideas, Beatles, Black And White Beach, Martin Parr

How Photographer David Hurn Captures Sublime Moments in Mundane Life

"I once wrote something: 'Life, as it unfolds in front of the camera, is full of such complexity, such wonder, such surprise, that I find it unnecessary to create new realities.' Now, that's rather pompous. But what I meant is it's more pleasure for me...

DAVID HURN GB. ENGLAND. London. Winston CHURCHILL funeral. Wrens in Trafalgar Square. 3 January 1965 Swinging London, Personal Investigation, Trafalgar Square, Photographer Portfolio, Documentary Photographers, Winston Churchill, Magnum Photos, World War Two, Funeral

DAVID HURN GB. ENGLAND. London. Winston CHURCHILL funeral. Wrens in Trafalgar Square. 3 January 1965

 From the series ‘Land . Black Mountain, Photographer Portfolio, Documentary Photographers, Coal Mining, Magnum Photos, Documentaries, Pony, Horses, Pictures

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GB. Wales. Neath Valley, Black Mountain Coal. Pit ponies each have an individual handler who is responsible for its health, welfare and cleanliness. Ponies are not underground for long periods. Simply the time it takes to get to the coal face and bring coal out to the surface. A distance of about a mile. Between shifts the miners gather in their own rest-room. 1993 © David Hurn/Magnum Photos