Lucy Anne Dickens(1958-), Photographer
Artist of 43 portraits
Lucy Anne Dickens studied photography at Central London Polytechnic and has combined her career in photography with spells of teaching. Projects include an artist residency for Southern Arts in Windsor in 2000. In 2002 Dickens worked on the Arne Jacobsen retrospective for the Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, photographing St Catherine's College for the exhibition and accompanying publication. In 2002 Dickens produced a record of the great and the good in the art establishment at the beginning of the new millennium. It celebrated the contribution of the post-war generation as well as the achievements of the current generation. The photographs were exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in 2002-03.
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