List of photobooks by Seawright, Paul

Paul Seawright (born 1965) is a Northern Irish artist. Seawright is the professor of photography and the Executive Dean of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Belfast School of Art at Ulster University in Belfast. He lives in his birthplace of Belfast.
Photo: ©Joel Seawright

Paul Seawright (born 1965) is a Northern Irish artist. Seawright is the professor of photography and the Executive Dean of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Belfast School of Art at Ulster University in Belfast. He lives in his birthplace of Belfast.
Photo: ©Joel Seawright


Seawright has a BA (Hons) in Photography, Film and Video from West Surrey College of Art and Design, where his tutors included Paul Graham and Martin Parr.


He is best known for his early work from his home city of Belfast, particularly the series Sectarian Murder, 1988. He was also the first editor of the Belfast-based photography magazine Source.


More recently, he has made photographs in post-war Afghanistan, urban Africa (Invisible Cities) and America. In 2002, he travelled to Afghanistan to respond to the September 11 attacks and the subsequent war against the Taliban. His photographs of minefields and battle sites have been exhibited internationally and are in numerous public collections.


Paul Seawright has already published several photobooks:


Things Left Unsaid - APB/CCI, 2014
Volunteer - Artist Photo Books, 2013
Field Notes - Fotomuseum Antwerp Belgium, 2005
Hidden - Irish Museum of Modern Art/Imperial War Museum, 2003
Invisible Cities - Ffotogallery 2007
The Forest - Shoreditch Biennale/Hasselblad Museum, 2001
Paul Seawright - (Campo de Agramante) Spanish/English Ediciones Universidad Salamanca, 2000
Inside Information - The Photographers Gallery London inc, 1995

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  • Publisher presentation : "In this publication, Paul Seawright explores the theatre of war through the internal landscape of the US television news studio. Developing Virilio's theories about electronic warfare and weapons of mass communication, Seawright focuses here upon the illusory nature of these spaces where information is selectively transformed...

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  • With the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the United States have been signing nearly 300,000 new recruits each year since 9/11, as they need to face an important turnover among the troops. In Volunteer, Paul Seawright draws the portrait of the young recruits of the US Army, but we have to "read between the lines": instead of photographing the young recruits,...

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