A photographer and film-maker Kenneth Hope makes works that address the continuous evolution of society, exploring the way commonplace things are seen and documenting nostalgic images alike.
His artistic preoccupations reflect a close relationship with conceptualism whilst maintaining a narrative undertone. He began his career as a freelance editorial photographer working mainly in the field of fashion.
From 1989 until 1994 he lectured at the Royal Academy for Fine Arts in the Hague, Netherlands. Following this he went on to direct television commercials, shorts and eventually feature length films for which he has been the recipient of many awards. In 2004 he severed all ties with commercial projects in order to concentrate solely on his own images.
Examples of his work reside in museums and private collections both in Europe and the United States.
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