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Mark Neville: Fancy Pictures

Interview by David Campany.

"Corby Carnival Queens Go Bowling, 1" (2010) is reproduced from <I>Mark Neville: Fancy Pictures</I>.Fancy Pictures brings together six of photographer Mark Neville's (born 1966) socially engaged and intensely immersive projects from the last decade. He often pictures tight working communities through a collaborative process intended to be of direct, practical benefit to his subjects. One 2011 project focused on an English town with a strong post-industrial identity that has suffered serious industrial pollution. Assembling photos and scientific data, Neville produced a book to be given free to the environmental health services department of each of the 433 local councils in the UK. For another project in Helmand, Afghanistan, the artist created stills using multiple flash systems and 16mm movies to depict a military occupancy by young people. Spanning continents and cultures, each of Neville's projects involves the artist living among his subjects. Fancy Pictures is a testament to the power of photography—not just to capture a community, but to effect change in it.

"Corby Carnival Queens Go Bowling, 1" (2010) is reproduced from Mark Neville: Fancy Pictures.

PRAISE AND REVIEWS

Time, Best Photobooks of 2016

Jeffrey Ladd

a much-needed mid-career survey into the UK’s most interesting contemporary social documentarian.

The Guardian

Neville has travelled from Scotland to Pittsburgh, Helmand and beyond, documenting humanity with a clarity of purpose defined by social responsibility

The New Yorker

David Campany

He talks with his subjects, comes to know them, and allows them their rightful part in the making of the pictures.

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CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 2/1/2017

Mark Neville in conversation with Adam Bell

Mark Neville in conversation with Adam Bell

Thursday, February 16, from 7-9PM, renowned photographer Mark Neville will appear in conversation with Adam Bell, discussing Neville's first major monograph, Fancy Pictures, just out from Steidl.
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FROM THE ARTBOOK BLOG

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 2/1/2017

Mark Neville in conversation with Adam Bell

Thursday, February 16, from 7-9PM, renowned photographer Mark Neville will appear in conversation with Adam Bell, discussing Neville's first major monograph, Fancy Pictures, just out from Steidl.
continue to blog


FROM THE ARTBOOK BLOG

CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 2/16/2017

Mark Neville: Fancy Pictures

Mark Neville: Fancy Pictures

"My work is intensely personal. Many artists strive to make a separation between their personal life and their work but I can't do that. It's not obviously autobiographical, but I am aware that every time I embark on one of my projects it involves me living with a community for quite a long time, becoming part of the community. It's a search, although I've only come to figure that our recently, for a sense of belonging, a family, and quite often one finds very strong family units within working-class communities. There's a desire to be accepted as one would be by a family, and a desire to mediate that relationship, which is always a negotiation, a collaboration, as opposed to an objectification." - Mark Neville, who will be speaking about the work collected in Fancy Pictures tomorrow night, with Adam Bell, at SVA. continue to blog


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