Dalston in the 80's

by Andrew Holligan


Photographs: Andrew Holligan

Publisher: Hoxton Mini Press

96 pages

Year: 2017

ISBN: 978-1-910566-18-3

Price: 19.80

Comments: hardcover, quarter-bound, gold foiled, 145 x 205mm, first edition

Book 13 from the series 'East London Photo Stories' 

For photographer Andrew Holligan, Dalston in the 80s was a world apart from the New York fashion scene, which until 1984, was where he worked. But when he made the unexpected move there, he found a humanity on the streets of East London that changed him and his art forever.

Shot with a 1950s Rolleiflex, the black and white images accompanied by hand-written notes tell Holligan’s personal story, and also give a glimpse into the lives of numerous other characters he happened to meet during his 2 years spent living in Dalston.

Andrew Holligan has worked all over the place as a photographer – from the Alaskan Tundra in the north to Australian deserts in the south. Now he lives down a secluded country lane surrounded by ancient woodland from where he supplies London restaurants with foraged wild fungi. But before this, he spent the best part of fifteen years living in Hackney, immersing himself in its vibrant art scene. Andrew continues to explore the possibilities of the photographic medium, albeit from a rural perspective.


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Dalston in the 80's

by Andrew Holligan


Photographs: Andrew Holligan

Publisher: Hoxton Mini Press

96 pages

Year: 2017

ISBN: 978-1-910566-18-3

Price: 19.80

Comments: hardcover, quarter-bound, gold foiled, 145 x 205mm, first edition

Book 13 from the series 'East London Photo Stories' 

For photographer Andrew Holligan, Dalston in the 80s was a world apart from the New York fashion scene, which until 1984, was where he worked. But when he made the unexpected move there, he found a humanity on the streets of East London that changed him and his art forever.

Shot with a 1950s Rolleiflex, the black and white images accompanied by hand-written notes tell Holligan’s personal story, and also give a glimpse into the lives of numerous other characters he happened to meet during his 2 years spent living in Dalston.

Andrew Holligan has worked all over the place as a photographer – from the Alaskan Tundra in the north to Australian deserts in the south. Now he lives down a secluded country lane surrounded by ancient woodland from where he supplies London restaurants with foraged wild fungi. But before this, he spent the best part of fifteen years living in Hackney, immersing himself in its vibrant art scene. Andrew continues to explore the possibilities of the photographic medium, albeit from a rural perspective.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Dalston in the 80's

by Andrew Holligan


Photographs: Andrew Holligan

Publisher: Hoxton Mini Press

96 pages

Year: 2017

ISBN: 978-1-910566-18-3

Price: 19.80

Comments: hardcover, quarter-bound, gold foiled, 145 x 205mm, first edition

Book 13 from the series 'East London Photo Stories' 

For photographer Andrew Holligan, Dalston in the 80s was a world apart from the New York fashion scene, which until 1984, was where he worked. But when he made the unexpected move there, he found a humanity on the streets of East London that changed him and his art forever.

Shot with a 1950s Rolleiflex, the black and white images accompanied by hand-written notes tell Holligan’s personal story, and also give a glimpse into the lives of numerous other characters he happened to meet during his 2 years spent living in Dalston.

Andrew Holligan has worked all over the place as a photographer – from the Alaskan Tundra in the north to Australian deserts in the south. Now he lives down a secluded country lane surrounded by ancient woodland from where he supplies London restaurants with foraged wild fungi. But before this, he spent the best part of fifteen years living in Hackney, immersing himself in its vibrant art scene. Andrew continues to explore the possibilities of the photographic medium, albeit from a rural perspective.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com