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Cold Eye Hardcover – 27 Sep 2010
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"Taken all together, Paul Hodgson's pictures make a powerful address to perennial questions about the self and its ability to articulate an identity, and about faith and its reasonable limits." --Andrew Motion, poet, "The Cinder Path"
"Taken all together, Paul Hodgson s pictures make a powerful address to perennial questions about the self and its ability to articulate an identity, and about faith and its reasonable limits." Andrew Motion, poet, "The Cinder Path""
About the Author
Dan Burt was born in South Philadelphia in 1942. He attended state schools and a local catholic college before reading English at Cambridge. He graduated from Yale Law School and practiced law in the United States, United Kingdom and Saudi Arabia until moving to London in 1994 and becoming a British citizen. He is an honorary Fellow of St. John's College Cambridge and lives and writes in London. This is his first collection of poems. Paul Hodgson was born in Shrewsbury in 1972. He graduated from the Department of Fine Art at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1995, and the Royal College of Art in 2000. It was here, as a printmaking student, that he began to combine photography, print and digital media, in a manner that has shaped his work ever since. In 2006, he produced a series of works for an exhibition at the Imperial War Museum London, commemorating the 90th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme. Hodgson is represented by Marlborough Fine Art. He currently lives and works in London.