Paul Alexander Knox, Untitled
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Paul Alexander Knox

Untitled, California, 2011
From the Americaland series
Website - PaulAlexanderKnox.com

Paul Alexander Knox is a documentary photographer and educator working to examine social and cultural structures both locally and globally. In the North East of England he has focused on industrial history, and recently he has been exploring the changing social structure impacted by the loss of industry as seen though changes in social housing and land use. Paul has also created a substantial portfolio of international work exploring the communal nature of the developing world focusing on how religion is practiced, trade is created and life takes place on the street.

Posted on Thursday, February 7, 2013.

 

 

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