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Brian Griffin

Brian Griffin (born Birmingham in 1948) studied photography in Manchester before starting work as a freelance photographer in 1972. Since then he has produced images for magazines and advertising campaigns in Britain and abroad, and for several books of his work. He is known for his innovative portraiture, and has had a long association with the music industry. Griffin’s work is held by public collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Portrait Gallery, London. The international photography festival Les Rencontres d’Arles  featured a major retrospective of his work in 2009, and he was also the subject of three retrospective exhibitions in his home city of Birmingham in 2010. His exhibition The Black Country was held at the College des Bernadins, Paris. These pages shows an archive selection of some of his works from England & Co’s 2008 exhibition, Brian Griffin: Photographs and from the 2009 group exhibition City X.

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Rush Hour London Bridge - Details


 Rush Hour London Bridge City of London 1974

Silver bromide print
12 x 18 inches

Edition of 10

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Lloyds Building, City of London - Details


 Lloyds Building, City of London 1980

Silver bromide print
18 x 18 inches

Edition of 10

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Rocket Man - Details


 Rocket Man Dungeness, Kent 1979

Silver bromide print
18 x 12 inches

Edition of 10

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Memorial, Museum of Cosmonautics - Details


 Memorial, Museum of Cosmonautics Moscow 1974

Silver bromide print
18 x 12 inches

Edition of 10

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Untitled - Details


 Untitled Traffic Island Wandsworth, London 1977

Silver bromide print
12 x 18 inches

Edition of 21

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George Cooper, Head of Thames Television - Details


 George Cooper, Head of Thames Television London 1974

Silver bromide print
12 x 18 inches

Edition of 21

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Joe Jackson, 'Look Sharp' - Details


 Joe Jackson, 'Look Sharp' South Bank, London 1979

Silver bromide print
12 x 18 inches

Edition of 10

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Man Standing, South Bank - Details


 Man Standing, South Bank London 1976

Silver bromide print
12 x 18 inches

Edition of 21

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