Garry Fabian Miller was born in Bristol, England in 1957. His works are in the collections of major art museums internationally, and he is currently featured in the Victoria and Albert’s much anticipated show on contemporary cameraless photography, “Shadow Catchers” (along with Susan Derges, Adam Fuss, Pierre Cordier, and Floris Neususs). One of Britain’s best known contemporary photographers, Fabian Miller’s work has been the subject of several monographs, including Illumine (2005), Year One (2007), and The Colour of Time (2010)
Garry Fabian Miller’s earliest work explored the abstract possibilities of landscape. His minimal sky and seascapes of 1976 first brought him to the attention of the photography world. He has worked without a camera since 1984 and is now best known for the purity and minimalism of his darkroom abstractions. These bold experiments in light and color continue to push the boundaries of the photographic medium. They place him within a movement building since the late 1980′s of British photographers who have taken the art of the photogram into ever more novel, interesting, and technically and conceptually challenging territory.