Tom Hunter will be showing in the “Bittersweet Bird of Youth”, Exhibition, with a selection of his images from his ‘Le Crowbar’ photography book, at the Gallery House, Stuttgart. July 27 – August 11 and until September 5, 2018 https://www.hartmannprojects.com/exhibitions/bittersweet-exhibition/?lang=en Bittersweet Bird of Youth For the end of the Summer 2018 season
Tom Hunter will be showing Figures in a Landscape at Purdy Hicks gallery, London Figures in the Landscape takes the viewer on an odyssey that explores the myths and folklore of the English urban and rural landscape, from the hills of the West Country to the marshes of Hackney. 8th June until the 30th June 2018 http://www.purdyhicks.com/exhibitions.php?opt=f &nbs
Tom Hunter will be giving an opening guest lecture for the opening weekend of PhotoEast in Ipswich Saturday the 26th of May 2018 https://www.photoeast.co.uk/news/photoeast-festival-2018-launched/ This year’s Festival is curated by Emma Bowkett and Josh Lustig, Director and Deputy Director of Photography, Financial Times Magazine who have brought together over 30 internationally renow
Tom Hunter is recorded in conversation with Ben Smith for Small Voice podcast, hear it here https://bensmithphoto.com/asmallvoice/tom-hunter Tom Hunter describes himself as an artist using photography and film. He lives in the borough of Hackney in East London, a place which for 25 years has provided both the inspiration and the subject matter for much of his work. Tom is Professor of Photography
Here is the audio recording of my in conversation with Michael Rosen at the Whitechapel Gallery back in 2003 Artist Tom Hunter and novelist and poet Michael Rosen contemplate the changing face of east London through photography and film.