Paul Hill

Modern Nature. Photographs from the Hyman Collection, Hepworth Wakefield

We are delighted that the Hepworth Wakefield (Museum of the Year 2017) have curated an exhibition from British photography in the Hyman Collection. "Modern Nature includes around 60 photographs taken since the end of the Second World War, through the beginnings of de-industrialisation, to the present day. It explores the merging of urban and rural landscapes, the rapid expansion of cities and the increasingly intrusive management of the countryside. Rather than present a Romantic dichotomy between the rural and the urban, the exhibition presents a more contemporary sensibility that is frequently situated in the edgelands, the often scruffy margins, in which town blurs countryside."


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Paul Hill. New Acquisitions

We are delighted to have acquired 20 additional works from Paul Hill's important Mobile Objects and White Peak Dark Peak series. These pictures demonstrate the ways in which Hill has developed his works through the use of series, groupings and paired works from the taxonomy of mobile objects, to the reuse of the same viewpoints to record changes in the landscape through the seasons or as a result of the presence of man.

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Museum Loans - Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park

The Hyman Collection is delighted to be lending around twenty works from the collection, including photographs by Anna Fox, Paul Hill, Paul Reas, Jo Spence and Homer Sykes, to the following exhibition:

Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park
Creating the Countryside: 1600-2017
18 March - 18 June 2017

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Paul Hill. Vintage Photographs

The Hyman Collection is pleased to have acquired a significant group of vintage photographs by Paul Hill. Acquired from the photographer and dating from the late 1960s and the 1970s, these photographs include some of Hill's most well known images as well as previously unpublished and unexhibited works.

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