FREE UK SHIPPING ON ORDERS ABOVE £30.00
Published in March
Pre-order before February 16th and save £5.00
"Seymour's first photo-novel is both sad & beautiful, a very moving and intelligent piece, a light shining in the dark.” – Paddy Summerfield
The photographs are juxtaposed with details of paintings and sculpture from UK national collections which place the work within a broader context. The religious references are not incidental; they are significant in that they emphasise both the humanity of the patients and their suffering.
These photographs celebrate the beauty of the human body, the art of surgery and the care given by the surgeons to halt a deadly disease. They are testament to the courage and integrity of all involved.
Caroline Seymour is an Oxford based photographer, writer and educator. Her work has been exhibited in various galleries and during 2024 this series will be exhibited at The Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Glasgow and London and in Balliol College. Oxford.
With an introduction by James Ginzburg, a British-American musician, producer and writer based in Berlin.
£35.00 clothbound hardback
96 pages, 76 duotone plates
220mm x 245mm