Bill Henson

Bill Henson is a visionary explorer of twilight zones, between nature and civilization, youth and adulthood, male and female.  His photographs are painterly tableaux that continue the traditions of romantic literature and painting.

Hensons elegant, formal photographs – of battered landscapes and fragile, wispy youths – resemble nothing so much as Flemish still-lifes; rarely has colour photography captured so profoundly the furry texture of night time. 
The New Yorker 2004

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Untitled 1985/86 1985/86
Archival inkjet pigment print
128 x 100 cm
Untitled 1985/86 1985/86
Archival inkjet pigment print
128 x 100 cm
(left) Untitled 1985/86 (right) Untitled 1985/86 1985/86
Archival inkjet pigment print
128 x 100 cm
(left) Untitled 1985/86 (right) Untitled 1985/86 1985/86
Archival inkjet pigment print
128 x 100 cm
(left) Untitled 1985/86 (right) Untitled 1985/86 1985/86
Archival inkjet pigment print
128 x 100 cm
(left) Untitled 1985/86 (right) Untitled 1985/86 1985/86
Archival inkjet pigment print
128 x 100 cm
(left) Untitled 1985/86 (right) Untitled 1985/86 1985/86
Archival inkjet pigment print
128 x 100 cm
Untitled AH C SH71 N34L 2009/2010
Archival inkjet pigment print
127 × 180 cm