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Henry Hargreaves: finding meaning in food through photography

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May
2014

Introduced to photography through an impulsive stint as a fashion model, Henry Hargreaves has since built his career on work that combines a talent for still life photography with a fascination with the meaning that can be found in food. His most famous series, No Seconds, focused on detailed recreations of the last meals of Death Row inmates. Other projects have included maps expressed in the cuisines of various regions and iconic images recreated using burnt Wonder Bread, all born from a passion for art that was nurtured at a young age.

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