List of photobooks by Roberts, Simon

Simon Roberts is one of the UK’s leading photographers. He concentrates on our relationship to landscape and the notions of identity and belonging.
Photo: © Francesco Niccolai, www.simoncroberts.com

Simon Roberts is one of the UK’s leading photographers. He concentrates on our relationship to landscape and the notions of identity and belonging.
Photo: © Francesco Niccolai, www.simoncroberts.com


He examines contemporary economic, cultural and political landscapes, often through expansive tableaux photographs.


His latest publications are Pierdom (2013) and Merrie Albion (2017), both published by Dewi Lewis PUblishing.


Bibliography : already published photobooks / monographs


2013 Pierdom, Dewi Lewis Publishing
2009 We English, Chris Boot
2007 Motherland, Chris Boot

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  • Presentation of the series by the Robert Morat Gallery :   "Until the mid 1600s urban parks were private; the exclusive domain of wealthy families and royalty. By the mid 1800s urban parks were starting to be seen as a way to serve the public and later as a remedy to social ills caused by the Industrial Revolution and overcrowding in lower-income...

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  • Presentation by Dewi Lewis Publsihing : "For over a decade, Simon Roberts has photographed events and places across Britain that have drawn people together in public, communal experiences. This has often been an implicit theme of his work, the apparent desire for common presence and participation and the need to share a sense of belonging, suggesting...

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  • .Two signed copies available.After We English, Simon Roberts follows in the same tracks of visual documentation of England's (and Britain's) specific elements : what makes England, England, and Britain, Britain. For the Pierdom project, the artist photographed each of the 58 remaining piers of Britain, in a very still manner, like if it were a work of...

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