Paul Reas

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Flogging a Dead Horse, Untitled, motorway service station - Paul Reas - James Hyman: Fine Art and Photographs Documentary Photographers, Working Class, Street Photography, Documentaries, Branding, Culture, Memories, Friends, Image

Artists - James Hyman: Fine Art and Photographs

From the series \'Flogging a Dead Horse\' 1985-1993Edition of 8British photographer Paul Reas is part of a select tradition of British photographers who brought to light the understated faces of British culture in the 1980s and 90s. Humorous and slightly caustic, Reas\' images are a criticism of an emerging cultural façade epitomized by heritage industry sites, branding, and figurative cultural icons.

The Bradford-born artist has been photographing Britain for 40 years, documenting the decline of industry, the rise of consumer culture, and the disenfranchisement of the British working class. British Journal Of Photography, A Level Photography, Photography Projects, Documentary Photographers, Best Photographers, Paul Graham, Charles Mingus, Consumer Culture, Martin Parr

Paul Reas' Fables of Faubus | 1854 Photography

Reading Time: 9 minutes If you don't get the reference, it's a curious title for a photobook – Fables of Faubus, the 30-year retrospective by British documentary photographer Paul Reas. But if you're a jazz fan you'll know it's taken from a song by Charles Mingus, written after Arkansas governor Orval Faubus decided to bar the integration of Little Rock Central High School in 1957. To Mingus, and many others, Faubus stood for a dark force holding back progressive social change. For Reas, the…

Ewen Spencer's Open Mic series beautifully captures the UK hip-hop scene Give It To Me, Bring It On, The White Stripes, Youth Culture, Great British, Photojournalism, Rue, Hip Hop, The Incredibles

Photographer bringing a human touch to youth culture...

Ewen Spencer is a photographer who’s graced our pages previously, thanks to his brilliant warts ‘n’ all documenting of a large period in the life of The White Stripes – from sweaty 200-capacity club gigs […]

Fables of Faubus: Retrospective monograph of work by British documentary photographer Paul Reas British Journal Of Photography, Film Photography, Street Photography, Nature Photography, Landscape Photography, Travel Photography, Fashion Photography, Wedding Photography, Consumer Culture

Fables of Faubus: Retrospective monograph of work by British documentary photographer Paul Reas

Retrospective monograph of work by British documentary photographer Paul Reas.

Paul Reas's best shot: a dad buying army wallpaper for his son Dad's Army, Yellow Pages, Army Wallpaper, Film Photography, Little Boys, Favorite Color, Documentaries, Sons, Baseball Cards

Paul Reas's best shot: a dad buying army wallpaper for his son

'The little boy became a soldier and went to Iraq. I wonder if it was because of the military wallpaper'

Fables of Faubus: Retrospective monograph of work by British documentary photographer Paul Reas British Journal Of Photography, Consumer Culture, Documentary Photographers, Weekend Plans, Urban Life, Consumerism, Photojournalism, Photo Book, Britain

Paul Reas' Fables of Faubus | 1854 Photography

Reading Time: 9 minutes If you don't get the reference, it's a curious title for a photobook – Fables of Faubus, the 30-year retrospective by British documentary photographer Paul Reas. But if you're a jazz fan you'll know it's taken from a song by Charles Mingus, written after Arkansas governor Orval Faubus decided to bar the integration of Little Rock Central High School in 1957. To Mingus, and many others, Faubus stood for a dark force holding back progressive social change. For Reas, the…

Flogging a Dead Horse, Man with a Movie Camera - Paul Reas - Key Works. An overview of British Photography - Hyman Collection Charles Mingus, British Journal Of Photography, Consumer Culture, Martin Parr, Movie Camera, Documentary Photographers, Consumerism, Prints For Sale, Photo Book

Fables of Faubus: Retrospective monograph of work by British documentary photographer Paul Reas

Retrospective monograph of work by British documentary photographer Paul Reas.

Paul Reas - Artists - James Hyman: Fine Art and Photographs Photographs, Fine Art, Artist, Photos, Artists, Visual Arts

Paul Reas - Artists - James Hyman: Fine Art and Photographs

Daydreaming About The Good Times? From 'The Valley's Project', Paul Rees Consumer Culture, Martin Parr, Photography Exhibition, Dream City, Industrial Revolution, Consumerism, Bradford, Retail Therapy, Prints For Sale

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Paul Reas. From «The Valleys Project». 1984 [::SemAp Twitter || SemAp::]

Flogging a Dead Horse, Elgar Country, Worcester by Paul Reas Worcester, Art Photography, Horses, Fine Art, Country, Inspiration, Pictures, Art, Biblical Inspiration

Artists - James Hyman: Fine Art and Photographs

Edition of 8From the series \'Flogging a Dead Horse\' 1985-1993British photographer Paul Reas is part of a select tradition of British photographers who brought to light the understated faces of British culture in the 1980s and 90s. Humorous and slightly caustic, Reas\' images are a criticism of an emerging cultural façade epitomized by heritage industry sites, branding, and figurative cultural icons.

Fables of Faubus: Retrospective monograph of work by British documentary photographer Paul Reas Charles Mingus, British Journal Of Photography, Consumer Culture, Documentary Photographers, Photo Book, Documentaries, Horse, Horses

Fables of Faubus: Retrospective monograph of work by British documentary photographer Paul Reas

Retrospective monograph of work by British documentary photographer Paul Reas.

We spoke to photographer Paul Reas about his career. Get To Know Me, Getting To Know, I Am Moving, New Industries, Martin Parr, Documentary Photographers, Coal Mining, Working Class, Consumerism

Photos of England from When You Could Smoke Inside

We spoke to photographer Paul Reas about his 30-year career.