23/01/2018 14:21


Andrew Rafferty's collaboration with Kevin Crossley-Holland is the subject of an article in the January/February Resurgence and Ecologist.  Four poems from Kevin Crossley-Holland's poem 'Seahenge – A Journey' are printed alongside two images.
05/11/2017 00:00

Coming Soon. The Stones Remain in iBooks

UPDATE: The Stones Remain is to be re-released in 2019 as an iBook.  This is not just an electronic copy of the original, but a re-imagination of the work for a new generation.  The work will have many new features that are only possible in iBooks.  Come back to this page for further...
28/12/2012 17:59

Art Below at Angel

Andrew will once again exhibit an image with Art Below.  Angel tube station will be the venue for two weeks in January 2013 from 14/01/13 until 28/01/13.  More details to follow.
21/07/2010 21:23

Art Below

Andrew Rafferty has joined that elite set of 'underground' artists, called Art Below.  His work 'Perfidy' is a new version of the work which was a part of the 'Passion' exhibition. It will be on show at Old Street Tube Station, Northern Line, Platform 1, Northbound from 2 August to 16 August...
16/04/2010 17:21

Passion at The Crypt

Andrew Rafferty's exhibition in the Crypt Gallery of St Pancras Church, London has received critical acclaim.  Shown over the Easter season, the 14 works were Rafferty's photographic interpretation of the Passion of Christ.  Not only were the works all photographically based, but they...
15/02/2009 17:54

Video Work

Andrew Rafferty's Video Work begins with February Wind by Attilio Bertolucci, translated and read by Peter Rafferty.
02/10/2008 16:12

Lifemarks and Landmarks

Exhibtion Review by Tom Jeffreys of Spoonfed London     Andrew Rafferty at the Gallery in Redchurch Street by: Tom   Roland Barthes equated photography with death, and, visiting Andrew Rafferty's exhibition at The Gallery on Redchurch Street, it's not hard to see why. This is a show...

Andrew Rafferty

As a result of his first exhibition The Megalithic Yard, the quality of Rafferty's photographic work was recognised and led to mainstream publisher Century Hutchinson publishing his essay of 69 images on the subject of the prehistoric monuments of Britain with an accompanying text by award winning writer Kevin Crossley-Holland

The work came out to national critical acclaim. Robin McKie in The Observer wrote,


Rafferty's stark black-and-white photos are often strikingly beautiful, and catch the peculiar bleakness so distinctive of standing stones.


Since then Rafferty has explored many other themes, including the natural landmarks of Britain. Part of this collection was published by Cape to accompany David Craig's Landmarks, 1995.


A fascination with graffiti and why we all wish to leave our mark somewhere and especially on stone led him to create a photographic exhibition where the images were printed on stone itself.

The commission to make a personal response and record of the construction of the new City Hall designed by Foster and Partners, has taken his work into new territory. Here, the response to the building during the process of construction was as important as the finished building as Rafferty captured both the work place and the workers.

Rafferty's wealth of interests and in depth research of each subject has enabled him to amass a unique collection of British historical and literary landscape images. His artistic approach has led directly to his membership of AXIS - the database of artists.  A unique photographic interpretation of the Christian Passion was displayed at the Phoenix Arts Gallery, Brighton.  Rafferty revisited the Passion and created a new exhibition which was displayed at the Crypt Gallery of St Pancras Church, London to the critical acclaim of an acknowledged expert of Christian art Rowena Loverance.

Andrew Rafferty's work has been shown in professional and amateur photographic publications as well as newspapers and magazines. He has been interviewed about his work on radio and in print and his work is held in both public and private collections, notably by Ernst and Young whose HQ on the South Bank in London displays no fewer than 113 images and City Hall who hold 16 large scale works.

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Andrew Rafferty's artwork is used for the cover image of Lynne Plowman's new CD collection The Beachcomer. PRIMA FACIE PFCD135









Andrew Rafferty is a member of Axis.

Visit his page there by clicking on the AXIS badge.