Photography

Cooper, Thomas Joshua (1 of 6). Oral History of British Photography

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  • Type

    sound

  • Duration

    00:31:19

  • Shelf mark

    C459/73

  • Subjects

    Photography

  • Recording date

    1995-08-21, 1995-08-22

  • Recording locations

    Glasgow.

  • Interviewees

    Cooper, Thomas Joshua, 1946- (speaker, male)

  • Interviewers

    Hopkinson, Amanda (speaker, female)

  • Description

    Performer notes : US born landscape photographer currently teaching at Glasgow School of Art. Has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally from the mid-1970s. As a member of the teaching staff at Trent Polytechnic in the early 1970s, he did much to revitalise and reinvigorate British photography, and many students at Trent were highly influenced by the American formalism which he employed. Exhibitions include Remnants and Prenotations (1975). Also contributed to the highly inluential Hayward gallery exhibition Three Perspectives on Photography (1979). Work widely published in monographs and exhibition catalogues.

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