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Westminster Photography Forum
Dialogues- Artists from The Hyman Collection. A new collaboration between University of Westminster and the Centre for British Photography.
Ken Grant and David Moore will be in conversation
Ken Grant was born in Liverpool in 1967. Since the 1980's he has photographed in the city and engaged in sustained projects both in the UK and in wider Europe. A monograph of the Liverpool pictures, The Close Season, was published by Dewi Lewis Publishing in 2002 followed by No Pain Whatsoever and Flock in 2014 and A Topical Times for These Times in 2016. His most recent book, Benny Profane, was published in 2019 by RRB Publishing. He continues to work on long term projects. Ken Grant's photographs are held in important collections of photography, including those of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Folkwang Museum Essen, the Parr Foundation and other international public and private collections. A substantial overview of his work is held by the Hyman Collection of British Photography.
David Moore is a London based photographic artist and educator using documentary photography and expanded modes, making work about state and social apparatus. Since graduating Moore’s work has been exhibited, published and reviewed internationally and is held in public and private collections. His solo publications include, The Commons , The Last Things  and Pictures from the Real World  Moore has also worked with photography within commercial contexts, especially during mid 1990’s to early 2000’s in NYC and London. He is Principal Lecturer of Photography at the University of Westminster, London. His most recent large scale work was his verbatim theatrical play, The Lisa and John Slideshow  that focusses on his early work. His work is also held by the Hyman Collection of British Photography.