Born: 1961. Nationality: British.
David Moore studied at West Surrey College of Art and Design, graduating in 1988. He has exhibited widely since then at venues including the Photographers' Gallery, London, the Royal Academy, the ICA, the National Portrait Gallery and the National Museum of Photography, Film and TV, Bradford. His work has also been exhibited New York, Frankfurt and Madrid and examples are held in many public and private collections. He is currently a Principal Lecturer at Central St Martins College of Art and Design, London.
His acclaimed 2009 exhibition 'The Last Things' was a unique glimpse into a Crisis Management bunker built by the Ministry of Defence beneath the streets of London; like other David Moore projects, this explored issues relating to institutions and power. It was featured in an Arts Council touring exhibition in 2009/2010.
The photographs in the Warwick collection are from ‘Pocket Fiction’ which explored the personal histories of a group of individuals living in Lincolnshire 1996.
|Visitor, Lincoln Castle|
|Sixth Former, Lincoln|
|Unemployed Man, The Fens|
|Car Dealer, Lincoln|
|Knitwear Machinist, Skegness Beach|
|Young Farmer, Lincoln|
|Warehouseman, The Fens|