Anthony Coleman trained first in architecture and then studied photography at the Royal College of Art. He has worked with many of the worlds finest architects and magazines and continues to pursue personal photographic projects and exhibition participations. His most recent body of work, Cathedral Series, was exhibited this winter at the M2 Gallery in London.
Antony Coleman’s photographs explore social clusterings in everyday spaces, whether in an infants gym where the protagonists ‘find a space’ to operate independently of each other or in the urban setting of Canary Wharf. The processes that structure these geometries can be practical such as a need to function unhindered or be based on the desire to maintain a personal space. Space and people are rendered entirely dependant upon each other – people’s behaviour is determined by their shifting surroundings but space, too, is provisional: it is human activity that defines, informs and qualifies space, ie that articulates it. Anthony Coleman is a photographer based in London.Exhibition, Submission