London, United Kingdom
About Robin Cracknell
These photographs incorporate a unique non-digital process which combines traditional film photography with cinematography, the intention being to give these 'still' pictures a vaguely narrative quality that I hope speaks about love, loss and memory. In Portuguese, the word is saudade-- a love steeped in sadness, to feel what no longer exists. By definition, that is what photography does--to stop time, fend off oblivion, allow us to feel what no longer exists-- to remind us of what we have lost. Robin Cracknell's work has been exhibited and published internationally and is in many private and public collections including The National Portrait Gallery in London and Fundacion Sorigue in Spain. More information available on his website, www.robincracknell.com
'Photographers' Sketchbooks' Thames and Hudson. 2014
'All Hollow' Magazine. Notebook series 'How Do Particles Adhere?' Spring Issue. 2014.
'Eyemazing' Magazine. Eleven photographs. Fall Issue 2012.
'Starting with a Photograph', an exhibition of Saatchi Online Artists at Michael Hoppen Contemporary 10th September 12th October 2009 "Michael Hoppen Contemporary is delighted to collaborate with Saatchi Online for an exhibition of work by six artists, hand-picked from the Saatchi Gallery website. Entitled Starting with a Photograph, the key criterion is that the work must begin with a photographic image- found or made. Beyond that, each piece is unique,sharing only an interest in exploring and expanding the limits of photography.The exhibition will take place at Michael Hoppen Contemporary, situated close to the new Saatchi headquarters on the King's Road in Chelsea, and will begin on the 10th September."
ENFANCE(S) La(b) Galerie Artyfact Paris, France
5 Sept. - 19 Oct. 2013
'Art + Healing' University College Hospital, London 18 April - 5 June 2013
'Useless, useless' California Bldg. MN May 2013
'Modern Love' theprintspace Gallery London April 2012
'Capture The Fade' Exhibition curated by Bill Henson and Ampersand Magazine.
17 November 2010 to 1 December 2010.
The Paper Mill Gallery. Sydney, Australia.