Sisters

by Sophie Harris-Taylor


Photographs: Sophie Harris-Taylor

Text: Emma Finamore

Publisher: Hoxton Mini Press

122 pages

ISBN: 978-1-910566-28-2

Price: 20

Comments: fully cloth-bound hardback with tip-in image, white foiled, 157 x 205mm

Sophie Harris-Taylor spent two years photographing and interviewing more than 100 sisters in an effort to better understand this most intimate of bonds. Her tender portraits combined with short interviews reveal the jealousies, fears, love and laughter that co-exist at the heart of each relationship. "This book is a celebration of sisterhood, in all its glory and with all its flaws." - Sophie Harris-Taylor

Acommpanied by an introduction and texts by Emma Finamore, based on the photographer's interviews with the sisters.

Sophie Harris-Taylor is a fine art and portrait photographer, born in 1988 in London. Renowned for her images created exclusively with natural and ambient light, her work centres around relationships and the everyday moments shared between people in familiar but often mundane surroundings. Harris-Taylor has previously been nominated for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, The Renaissance Photography Prize and The Young Masters and her work has been featured in numerous publications. This is her second photography book.


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Sisters

by Sophie Harris-Taylor


Photographs: Sophie Harris-Taylor

Text: Emma Finamore

Publisher: Hoxton Mini Press

122 pages

ISBN: 978-1-910566-28-2

Price: 20

Comments: fully cloth-bound hardback with tip-in image, white foiled, 157 x 205mm

Sophie Harris-Taylor spent two years photographing and interviewing more than 100 sisters in an effort to better understand this most intimate of bonds. Her tender portraits combined with short interviews reveal the jealousies, fears, love and laughter that co-exist at the heart of each relationship. "This book is a celebration of sisterhood, in all its glory and with all its flaws." - Sophie Harris-Taylor

Acommpanied by an introduction and texts by Emma Finamore, based on the photographer's interviews with the sisters.

Sophie Harris-Taylor is a fine art and portrait photographer, born in 1988 in London. Renowned for her images created exclusively with natural and ambient light, her work centres around relationships and the everyday moments shared between people in familiar but often mundane surroundings. Harris-Taylor has previously been nominated for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, The Renaissance Photography Prize and The Young Masters and her work has been featured in numerous publications. This is her second photography book.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Sisters

by Sophie Harris-Taylor


Photographs: Sophie Harris-Taylor

Text: Emma Finamore

Publisher: Hoxton Mini Press

122 pages

ISBN: 978-1-910566-28-2

Price: 20

Comments: fully cloth-bound hardback with tip-in image, white foiled, 157 x 205mm

Sophie Harris-Taylor spent two years photographing and interviewing more than 100 sisters in an effort to better understand this most intimate of bonds. Her tender portraits combined with short interviews reveal the jealousies, fears, love and laughter that co-exist at the heart of each relationship. "This book is a celebration of sisterhood, in all its glory and with all its flaws." - Sophie Harris-Taylor

Acommpanied by an introduction and texts by Emma Finamore, based on the photographer's interviews with the sisters.

Sophie Harris-Taylor is a fine art and portrait photographer, born in 1988 in London. Renowned for her images created exclusively with natural and ambient light, her work centres around relationships and the everyday moments shared between people in familiar but often mundane surroundings. Harris-Taylor has previously been nominated for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize, The Renaissance Photography Prize and The Young Masters and her work has been featured in numerous publications. This is her second photography book.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com