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by Chris Coekin

  • Author: Chris Coekin
  • ISBN: 0955596203
  • ISBN13: 978-0955596209
  • ePub: 1278 kb | FB2: 1790 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Europe
  • Publisher: Walkout Books; 1st edition (2007)
  • Pages: 128
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 300
  • Format: lit lrf rtf mobi
The Hitcher ePub download

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In his book, The Hitcher Coekin records his six years of hitchhiking shenanigans across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

In his book, The Hitcher Coekin records his six years of hitchhiking shenanigans across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Equipped with a disposable snapshot camera and a Mamiya 6 x 8, Coekin set out in 2000 on his photographic odyssey. Kerouac was, of course, a motivating factor, as were the writings of British author Laurie Lee in As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning.

His work has been exhibited widely including shows at: The Photographers’ Gallery L Chris Coekin is an English artist and photographer. His work is predominantly concerned with contemporary British culture. It is frequently based upon personal experiences and is often collaborative. He works mainly with photography and often combines, text, ephemera, audio and archival imagery within his projects.

Coekin's previous book, Knock Three Times (published by Dewi Lewis in 2006), captured the unguarded warmth and humanity .

Coekin's previous book, Knock Three Times (published by Dewi Lewis in 2006), captured the unguarded warmth and humanity of Britain's old-time social clubs with remarkable honesty and brilliant photography. The Hitcher is much more controlled. It will be interesting to see where this talented photographer goes next. The Hitcher by Chris Coekin Hardback: 128 pages Publisher: Walkout Books, in association with The Photographers' Gallery, London.

Chris Coekin has hitchhiked the length and breadth of the UK and across Northern Ireland, in a series of trips, since 2000. Coekin used two different cameras to make the work featured in The Hitcher. His journeys have taken him as far as John O'Groats to Land's End, at times in gruelling conditions. The resulting work provides a record of his adventures and observations. A small snapshot camera, often with the self-timer, was used to record self-portraits, and to document roadside finds.

Chris Coekin - The Hitcher. 29 Jun 2007 – 2 Sep 2007. Times and detailsToggle. It is part of a tradition where the artist is central to the work itself, and not just a detached observer. The Hitcher is testament to the blurring lines between the photographer and the conceptual artist ' as exemplified by Keith Arnatt. What to expect? Toggle.

Chris Coekin Biography. The Distance is Always Other. Horticus:An English Landscape. The Hitcher: Series 1. Domesticus:An English Interior. The Hitcher: Series 2. The Hitcher: Series 3. Signs. Knock Three Times: Chapter l.

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Recently, I was pleasantly surprised to discover the latest work from British photographer Chris Coekin. In his book, The Hitcher Coekin records his six years of hitchhiking shenanigans across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Equipped with a disposable snapshot camera and a Mamiya 6 x 8, Coekin set out in 2000 on his photographic odyssey. Kerouac was, of course, a motivating factor, as were the writings of British author Laurie Lee in As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning. The 'on the road' style images from photographers such as Robert Frank, Garry Winogrand and, of course, Shore, were perhaps also registered somewhere in his visual lexicon. But unlike these predecessors, Coekin, has managed to apply some quirky twists to this photographic genre. In the social documentary tradition, for example, it is usually the photographer who chooses who and what to photograph. Yet, for a major portion of the book, Coekin has effectively allowed the subjects to choose themselves, by portraying the motorists who offered him a lift. Coekin involved his subjects even more intricately in his process when he asked each driver to fill out a questionnaire which began with, 'Why did you stop to pick me up?' The answers appear throughout the book.