British photographer Paul Hart has spent over a decade exploring human relationships with the land through photographs devoid of people. His series concentrate on specific geographical regions, where he photographs intensively over a number of years. The Photographers’ Gallery exhibits from May 17-20 at Photo London a series by British photographer Paul Hart entitled Truncated. Centuries of clearing and cultivation by mankind have eroded our forests. Where the tree was once commonplace, there is little woodland left – just small, dissipated “islands” of trees, surrounded by a sea of used land. What does remain of this fragmented landscape is, however,...
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