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The present cannot be fully appreciated without some understanding of the past. This continuity applies to every aspect of people’s lives, including the environments in which we live.  As a photographic artist, Maxine Beuret explores different cultural environments in the context of time passing. This is expressed through a focus on the design and aesthetics of predominately 20th Century interiors.

Education

MA in Photography
De Montfort University, Leicester, 2007

B.A. Applied Arts (1st Class Honors)
Middlesex University, London, 2001

Permanent Museum Collections

  • Leicester New Walk Museum, (Familiar Interiors of Leicester), hand printed photographic collection & DVD featuring 15 videos, 2008
  • National Rail Museum York, Departure of the Slam-door Trains, hand-printed photographs, Book & Video DVD, 2005

Recent Exhibitions & Talks

  • 2016 Archibolds Cafe, Lee, London, "Two Pints Please"
  • 2015 Park Lane Hilton, Group Travel Awards "Hastings Heritage Trail"
  • 2015 SE1 Gallery (London) "Two Pints Please, Milk Floats of England"
  • 2014 Silverprint Gallery (London) "Death in the Peak District"
  • 2013 Public Exhibition (Leicester) "Tea cups"
  • 2013 SE1 Gallery, (London) "Nation of Shopkeepers"

Awards

  • Magenta 'Flash Forward' Winner, 2007
  • Photo District News Magazine, 30 Emerging Photographers to Watch, 2007.

Selected Publications

  • Flash Forward 2007 Book, 2007
  • Leicestershire and Rutland Life, Profile article, 2007
  • Eye Design Magazine, Departure of the Slam-door Train, Dec 2005
  • ASLEF Train Union Magazine, Departure of the Slam-door Train, Oct 2005
  • Creative Review, Departure of the Slam-door Train, Nov 2004
  • Hotshoe Photography Magazine, Ross Hollywood Funeral Parlor, June 2004
Maxine Beuret
Semper Eadem (Always the Same)

maxine@maxinebeuret.com

172 Manor Park, London, SE13 5RH

07970104299

Nation of Shopkeepers

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Departure of the Slam-door Trains
Funeral Parlors of America