British photographer Paul Hart has spent the past thirteen years exploring our relationship with the landscape, in both a humanistic and socio-historical sense. Poetry of Place now on view at The Photographer’s Gallery in London, is Paul Hart’s first exhibition, bringing together his three series to date: Truncated (2005-2008), Farmed (2009-2015) and Drained (2016-2017), all of which feature specific geographical regions photographed intensively over a number of...
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