Paul Graham: Does Yellow Run Forever?

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Paul Graham’s new series, 'Does Yellow Run Forever?' pushes deeper into an ongoing exploration of the ephemeral and quotidian in the fabric of our lives, combining images of rainbows from Western Ireland, a sleeping dreamer in different rooms on the far side of the world, and the façades of New York City gold shops, to collectively consider the fleeting things we seek and value in life: love, wealth, happiness, beauty—the metaphorical pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.


About the Photographer: 

Paul Graham (b. 1956, United Kingdom) is a British photographer living and working in New York City. In 1981, Graham completed his first acclaimed work, A1: The Great North Road. His use of color film in the early 1980s, at a time when British photography was dominated by traditional black-and-white social documentary, had a revolutionizing effect on the genre. Soon a new school of photography emerged with artists like Martin Parr, Richard Billingham, Simon Norfolk, and Nick Waplington making the switch to color. Over the past three decades, Graham has travelled widely, producing twelve distinct bodies of work. He has been the subject of more than eighty solo exhibitions worldwide. In 2012, Paul Graham received the Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography, regarded as photography's top honor.


Published in September 2014 by MACK Books, UK

96 pages

31 colour plates

13.5 cm x 19 cm

Embossed hardcover


Product details

Paul Graham: Does Yellow Run Forever?
Publication Date
January 1970
MACK Books
Number of Pages

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