The countryside around London is protected from development, but that doesn't mean it's left free. Carved up into pockets of private land, it's tightly controlled and managed, as are the people who visit it. This photograph, part of the series Road to Nowhere, shows the division of land for a station for the HS2 railway, a fence not made for an animal but man. The fence winding endlessly into the horizon, I walk and orbit the land.
20 x 16 inch (50x40cm) - Edition: 25 + 1 AP - Unframed £250 Framed £500
40 x 32 inch (101x81cm) - Edition of 5 +1 AP - Unframed £1250 Framed £1,500
- Unframed print with 5mm white border for framing
- C-Type prints on Fuji Crystal matt paper.
- Hand signed and numbered
- One artist print is kept by the photographer
These limited edition prints and frames are produced to the highest possible specifications. Frames are made from uncoated walnut to give a raw finish and feature the highest quality UV resistant anti-reflection “museum glass”.
All prints, and 20 x 16 inch framed prints, ship worldwide. Framed prints over 20 x 16 inch are only available for collection at the studio in London, contact for courier services in the South East of England.