Photograph by Michael Bennett
Rose English, Performance in Edwinstowe Forest, 1975
© Michael Bennett 1974
Gicleé print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag or Pearl paper.
Sizes from 40cm x 30cm to 60cm x 50cm
Paper types: Hahnemühle Photo Rag or Hahnemühle Pearl
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About the photograph
From the series Performance, 1975.
Rose English is a British artist working in performance, installation, theatre, dance and film. She has been writing, directing and performing her own work for over thirty five years in venues as various as Tate Britain, Royal Court Theatre, Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Adelaide Festival and Lincoln Center, New York. Her productions feature a diversity of co-performers including musicians, dancers, circus performers, magicians and horses. (Wikipedia)
Here she performs Pegasus.
About the photographer
Self-taught in photography, in 1976 Bennett created an intimate project documenting his own family, first seen at the Impressions Gallery of Photography, York. The Family toured England, was seen at the Institute of Contemporary Art, London, and later made into a BBC Arena film.
The Victoria & Albert Museum and the Arts Council of Great Britain acquired work from The Family for their permanent collections.
He has worked for The Times, The Independent, The Sunday Times, The BBC, The Financial Times, BBC World Service, New Society, and The New Statesman, and had a long association with the satirical magazine Private Eye. A number of Bennett’s portraits of prominent British people commissioned by The Independent are in the National Portrait Gallery, London.
London’s Victoria & Albert Museum acquired the complete Family project, to add to the V&A’s collection of Bennett’s work, which includes images (Platelayer on Holyhead main line, 1979) from Pier Closing Time
Image for illustrative purposes only
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