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Charlton and Tilkowski England v West Germany 4-2 AET (Final) 30.06.1966,Wembley, London, England

26.0 x 31.7
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Mounted on aluminium Dibond
depth 0.12" matte, frameless, 26.0 x 31.7" (External dimensions) On premium paper (matte) not mounted or framed. Shipped rolled.
depth 0.12" matte, frameless, 26.0 x 31.7" (External dimensions)
Charlton and Tilkowski England v West Germany 4-2 AET (Final) 30.06.1966,Wembley, London, England
2001 / 2008 / RDA18 Created in 2001 / Published in 2008 / No. RDA18 RDA18
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Before completing his Masters of Art at London’s Royal College in 1993, Robert Davies had been a bike messenger, foxhunting documentarian, and an adventurer in India. The British experimentalist’s photographic series are just as…
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Before completing his Masters of Art at London’s Royal College in 1993, Robert Davies had been a bike messenger, foxhunting documentarian, and an adventurer in India. The British experimentalist’s photographic series are just as multifaceted as his biography. Whether creating luminous cameraless color studies in the darkness of the photo lab or photographing romantic foggy landscapes, whether commemorating the precision of the Formula 1 with prickly sharp detailed composition or experimenting with long and multiple exposures, Robert Davies exploits the medium’s possibilities.

And when billions of people follow the World Cup games on TV, he feels obliged to trace this phenomenon of collective observation and unified interest. And with their surveillance-camera look, the video stills he uses assume something ghostly. But what we see, mostly schematic and blurred, are not the coincidentally captured moments of crime but rather definitive scenes and scored goals of modern heroes, which become the fateful moments of national history. When Robert Davies robs the Formula 1 of its speed or depicts the hysteria of a banal soccer game as a gladiator battle, he agilely leaps over the borders between documentation and abstraction and, through this, continues to test our very pleasurably learned customs of seeing.

Dr. Boris von Brauchitsch
’90 Minutes’ Merrell, London 2006
‘The Fifa 100’ Royal Academy Publications, London 2004
‘Narration and the New
Reduction in photgraphy’ Forum Stadtpark, Graz, Austria 2003
‘Material Light’ Mark Gisbourne published by Wunderhorn 2002
'Fully Exposed' Emmanuel Cooper, published by Routledge 1995
'The Body' William Ewing, published by Thames & Hudson 1994
1964Born in Birmingham
1991-93Royal College of Art MA Photography
1984-88London College of Printing BA Graphic Design
2005‘One’, Blue Gallery, London & Royal Academy Schools Gallery, London
‘Made in Britain’ FOAM, Fotografiemuseum of Amsterdam in conjunction with a group show at Huis Marseille
2004‘Untitled. The poetry of experience’, Hirschl, London
‘Chromogenesis,’ Tatar Gallery, Toronto
2003‘Material Light,’ KMZA, Berlin
2002‘Epiphany,’ Blue Gallery, London
‘Material Light’, Rhodes & Mann, London
‘Material Light’, touring Kulturzentrum Alte Feuerwache, Mannheim, Germany
Stadtische Galerie, Waldkraiburg, Germany
2000'New works', Rhodes & Mann, London
1999'Water', Jason & Rhodes, London
1998'Epiphany', Jason & Rhodes, London
1997'Cloudscapes', Arquivo Fotografico, Lisbon, Portugal
'Dreamlands', Midland Arts Centre, Birmingham
1994'Pelt', Salama-Caro Gallery, London
'Skin', The Photographers Gallery, London
2010    ‘One Shot’ Football in Contermporary Art, BPS22, Charleroi, Belgium (Andreas Gursky, Gianni Motti, Monika Fischer, PSJM)
‘Frei nach Malerei’, Kunstlerhaus, Dortmund
‘X Artworks in a Straight Line’, Crisp London Los Angeles (Graham Hudson, Joe Sola, Linn Pederson)
‘State of Play’, The Public, Walsall (Paul Smith)
2009    ‘Non Objektiv’ GKG, Bonn (Christoph Dalhausen)
2008    ‘In the palm of your hand’, Galleria La Nuova Pesa, Rome (Masao Yamamoto)
‘Balls and Brains’, Helmhaus Museum, Zurich
‘Art Basel’ with FAS Contemporary
‘Replay – the Ball in Art’ Haus fur Kunst, Altdorf, Switzerland (Sam Taylor-Wood, Paul Smith)
‘10 years’ Lutz Thalmann, Zurich
2007    ‘Monochrome2’ FAS, London (Jason Martin, Mark Francis)
‘Landscape’ supporting ‘The Ballad of Mister Bones’ (Andy Harper) Frost & Reed, London
‘Select’ Bourne Fine Art, Edinburgh (Melanie Comber Oliver Marsden)
2006    ‘Monochrome’ FAS, London
2005‘Made in Britain’, Huis Marseille, Amsterdam (Chris Bucklow, Susan Derges)
‘WinterReise’, Lutz Thalmann, Zurich (Howard Hodgkin & Wilfred Moser)
‘Forest’ Wolverhampton Museum & Art Gallery then touring England to Nottingham, York, Southampton (Anya Gallaccio, Dan Hays, Mariele Neudecker and Dalziel & Scullion)
2004‘The FIFA 100,’ The Royal Academy, London then touring to Paris & Tokyo (Mark Quinn, Vik Muniz, William Klien & Martin Parr)
‘Landscape photography’, Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham (Jem Southam)
‘Abstract Photograpy’, Galerie Renate Bender, Munich (Inge Dick, Victoria Coeln & Christoph Dalhausen)
‘Space & Structure’, Galerie Lutz Thalmann, Zurich (Oliver Kraehenbuehl)
‘Sports’, FOAM, Foto Museum of Amsterdam, Hollan (Claudio Hills, Charles Freger & Paul Wombell)
2003‘Alchemy’, Hirschl Contemporary Art, London (Inge Dick)
‘Optic Nerve’ Wolsey Art Gallery, Ipswich (Ricard Caldicott, Gary Fabian Miller, Rodericke Packe & Daro Montag)
2002‘Narration and New Reduction in Photography’, Forum Stadtpark, Graz (Christopher Williams, James Welling, Florian Pumhosl & Gunther Selichar)
‘5:1’ Alte Feuerwache, Mannheim, Germany (Ori Gersht & Roddy Buchanan)
2001‘Gone Missing’, Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York (Jason Oddy)
'Is there anyone home?' Galerie Zurcher, Paris (Elisa Sighicelli, Rut Blees Luxenburg & Uta Barth)
2000'The Body' Musee de l'Elysee, Lausanne, Switzerland (Avedon, Brassai, Drtikol, Goldin, Man Ray, Salgado & Stieglitz)
'Fusion', Rhodes & Mann, London
'Century of the Body,' Culturgest, Lisbon, Portugal
1999'Turf Accountants', The Economist, Economist Plaza, London
1998'Whitechapel Open', Whitechapel Gallery, London
'Blindspot No.11', Art Directors Club, New York
'Body', Cecil Higgins Art Gallery, Bedford
'Odyssey', Greene Naftali Gallery, New York
1997'Objectif Corps', Montreal Museum of Fine Art, Canada
1996'Above, Below', Spencer Brownstone Gallery, SoHo, New York
1994‘Candyman 2’, Building C, TBBC, London (Jessica Voorsanger, Bob & Roberta Smith, Toby Mott & Matthew Collings)