A Conversation In Time
A selection of work by London-based Scottish photographer Paul Duke, from his magnificent series At Sea, which documents north-east Scotland’s fishing communities at a time of sharp decline.
These striking portraits were made over a three-year period, taken in a portable studio set up in harbours, shipyards and factories. Duke strived to document the dignity of a way of life and celebrate the legacy of the individuals who sustain this culture.
Duke’s images are complemented by his selection of works from the collection of Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museums by artists who have also been inspired by the sea and its communities.
At Sea invites us to have a conversation with time, by considering artistic lineage and our deep cultural bond with the sea.