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All photographs featured in my books and online are available as prints in the following editions:

A2 print on Hahnemüle Pearl 285 gsm paper. Open edition, signed and stamped verso: £500 plus p&p

40 x 30 cm print on Canson Baryta 310 gsm baryta paper. Limited edition of 25, signed, numbered and stamped verso: £500 plus p&p

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War Inna Babylon: The Community’s Struggle for Truths and Rights
Exhibition: Institute of Contemporary Arts

7 July – 26 September 2021

Very pleased to have photographs included in War Inna Babylon, an exhibition curated by London-based racial advocacy and community organisation, Tottenham Rights, together with independent curators Kamara Scott and Rianna Jade Parker.
For The People
For The People : The democratisation of modernist design

A day of talks: Saturday 9th November 2019

Leaf 113-115 Portland Street Manchester M1 6DW

We have invited a range of speakers, from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines, to join us to have a day long series of talks looking at how modernist design has found its way into our every day lives. From monumental concrete public sculpture through to tea spoons, from entire new towns down to litter bins, the twentieth century saw modernism go from an obscure and elitist theoretical practise into being an aspect of almost all our lives.
Monster der Moderne
Rau, roh, robust: Bauten aus Beton wirken oft wie Trutzburgen – oder Schlachtschiffe, stolz und uneinnehmbar. Viele Gebäude der Nachkriegsmoderne gehörten allerdings auf eine Artenschutzliste, sie verfielen über Jahrzehnte und gelten als zu monströs, um bewahrt zu werden. Doch nun ist der Brutalismus wieder in den Fokus gerückt und wird als ehrliche Formsprache ohne historisierende Nostalgie gepriesen. Simon Phipps fotografiert Britanniens Betonmonster seit Jahrzehnten, wir zeigen Bilder aus seinem bei Park Books veröffentlichten Band Finding Brutalism.

Foto: Uwe Dettmar

Zeit Magazin
Finding Brutalism in Great Britain
The lecture series "Finding Brutalism in ..." takes place at the Institute of Architecture at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences - Technology and Architecture. The second event "Finding Brutalism in Great Britain" will take place on 19/10/17 between the British and Swiss theoreticians and practitioners - Irina Davidovici, Adrian Forty, Jonathan Sergison, Stanislaus von Moos and Simon Phipps. The topics of discussion will be above all the beginnings of brutalism in Great Britain, but also its impact on contemporary, international architecture.