John Angerson (b.1969 Bristol, England) started his career in the early 1990’s, covering the fall of the Berlin Wall and the changing geopolitical landscape of Eastern Europe.
Since then, his practice has continued to explore the different languages of documentary photography, focusing on how specific communities form, shift and develop.
His personal projects have garnered critical acclaim and have been exhibited at major art institutions in the UK and overseas. His monograph – Love, Power, Sacrifice (published by Dewi Lewis, Manchester) documented the Jesus Army over a twenty-year period and peers into a microcosm of fanatical religion.
He now splits his time between shooting personal work, holding University lectures and workshops and shooting features and portraiture for a range of magazines, charities, and design agencies.
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