Chair, Northwich, 1986

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A chair sits in an otherwise derelict factory in a blue painted room, the depth perspective creates a colour blocking effect. From Richard Heeps series Ordinary Places, photographing Britain on the brink of change. It was Richard's first colour collection shot between 1986-1991 and it instantly won acclaim with an exhibition at The Photographer's Gallery. It has toured around the country exhibiting in many Museums and Galleries, being appreciated for Richard's unique aspect of capturing England on the brink of change. In 2016 he released a new edition of 25 printed in 11" x 11" to celebrate 30 years of his career, they were shown as part of his 30 Year Retrospective at MIA Photo Fair Milan.

This artwork is a limited edition gloss photographic print, dry-mounted to aluminium, presented in a museum board white window mount and a choice of black or white box frame made professionally in the UK. It is signed and numbered on reverse accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

An edition of this artwork is in the studio sale.