Incidental View

PHOTOBOOK BY ANDY FELTHAM

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2017 / 1st edition
Limited of 100

60 photographs
86 pages
29.7×21 cm
Hardcover, perfect binding

Euro €30.00

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Limited to 10 editions only, each signed book comes with an enclosed A4 297x210mm photo, numbered and signed by the author, printed with professional archival quality using Digital C-type Chromogenic print on Fuji Matt paper.


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in·ci·den·tal

/ɪnsɪˈdɛntəl/

adjective

1. happening in connection with or resulting from something more important; casual or fortuitous
2. (postpositive; foll by to) found in connection (with); related (to)
3. (postpositive; foll by upon) caused (by)
4. occasional or minor ⇒ incidental expenses

noun

5. (often plural) an incidental or minor expense, event, or action

in Collins English Dictionary.

 

ANDY FELTHAM

Andy Feltham is a self-taught photographer who lives in Northampton, UK, who also works part-time within the healthcare setting at his local hospital. He has been exhibited in the UK and Italy and featured in numerous publications, both online and in print. He has also been commissioned to work in the commercial as well as the fine art setting.

Feltham seeks to create a tension within each photograph by using meticulous framing, exposure and technique to detach the subject from its surroundings. This lends a subtle disquiet to the underlying themes of beauty, mortality and humour that hallmark his work.

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