About Ian Harris
Born 1960, London, UK
Based, in part, on an understanding of the world of political economy derived from thirty years of working within the
financial markets of the City of London, he works within the tradition of straight photography to explore ideas of
landscape perception, use and change as well as the impact of choices made by society or based on the laws of economics.
In 2018, he completed an MA in Photography from the University of Plymouth (2016-18).
Exhibitions and awards
The Avebury Project: Pound Arts, Corsham, Wiltshire, August, 2022
(Portrait of Silbury Hill, in May, with Deer - After David Inshaw).
(Frequencies collective Group show), The Roper Gallery, Bath Artists' Studios, Bath, October, 2021 (Permanent Global Summertime).
Installation pictures from SPECTRA
can be viewed
FREQUENCIES: Group show, 44AD, Bath 24-30 June, 2019 (DISMANTLED, 2018).
Micro, Macro, Meccano: Radstock Museum, Radstock, Somerset, February-April, 2019 (DISMANTLED, 2018).
FREQUENCIES: MA Photography Graduate show, The Levinsky Gallery, University of Plymouth, December 2018 (DISMANTLED, 2018).
. .click on the image, right, to download the show catalogue, " FREQUENCIES " (by kind permission of Liz-Ann Vincent-Merry / GoLightly Press)
Royal Photographic Society, Society 365 Competition, December 2017
End of course show, The City Lit Photography Course, City Lit, London, June 2015 (Here Come The Allotmenteers)