"No matter how slow the film,

Spirit always stands still long enough

for the photographer It has chosen."


Minor White

"Recipient of numerous awards, including the ᅠPresident's Award at the RWA ᅠOpen Photography Exhibition, Cawston exhibits widely at prestigious galleries and art fairs and his fine art photographs are now held in several notable public and private collections. His work demonstrates that in the hands of an artist of talent, photography can be a powerfully expressive medium able to create art of great beauty andᅠ to transmute the ordinary into the unexpected. Shot on a large format camera, Cawston’s images, whether landscape or cityscape, interior or figurative, display a fascination with shape, pattern, colour and texture and, coupled with metaphor and association, the poetry which these qualities can often suggest. Taken as a whole, his work seems to express an almost visceral response to the visual world."

- Hugh Mooney ART Magazine

'Are We There Yet?'

A Day Trip to Banksy's Dismaland and Other Stories




In a world that's changing fast some things get lost or forgotten. Barry Cawston's book 'Are We There Yet?', featuring over 150 images, is a visual reminder of Banksy's Dismaland juxtaposing images from the site with others from Weston-Super-Mare, where Banksy curated his now world-famous art installation. Cawston's photographs intentionally blur the line between the Dismaland art and Weston reality, showing the light and the dark side of both.


Signed copies of the book are available through






Scenes from The Concrete Jungle

The city of Blade Runner is not the ultramodern, but the postmodern ᅠcity. It is not ᅠan orderly layout of skyscrapers and ultra-comfortable, ᅠhyper-mechanized interiors. Rather, it creates an aesthetic of decay ᅠexposing the dark side of technology, the process of disintegration....

The Spaces-In-Between


"Lost opportunities, lost possibilities, feelings we can never get back. That's part of what it meansᅠ to be alive. But inside our heads... there's a little room where we store those memories. A room like the stacks in a library. We have to dust things off every once in a while, let in fresh air, change the water in the flower vases."

- Haruki Murakami

Looking East

China, Russia, Burma... the world in flux.

Echoes From the Arboretum

"I wanted others to believe. I thought if enough of us did, if we learned to care again about the wild places from which we'd driven the magic away, then maybe it would return."ᅠᅠ

- Charles de Lint, Dreams Underfoot

A Winter's Tale

 Portraits from Moldova and Ukraine

Portraits from two trips one to Chisinau in Moldova and a second to Zaporichia in Ukraine visiting orphanages, an asylum and people receiving care in their own homes.




Print Sales




ᅠ ᅠ2015 - ᅠWords in Colour: The Drugstore Gallery, London

ᅠ ᅠ2015 - ᅠFocal Point Joint Show: Eames Fine Art. London

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2014 -ᅠ Exposed Art Space Moscow Solo Show

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2014ᅠ - Gallery Azur Spa Belgium Solo Show

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2014 -ᅠ Off Arles Rencontre Arles France Solo Show

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2014ᅠ - Little Big Gallery Paris Solo Show

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2014ᅠ - Gallery Couture Stockholm Solo Show

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2013 -ᅠ Mernier Gallery London Group Show

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2012 -ᅠ In Flux @ The Atkinson Gallery Solo Show

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2012 -ᅠ Beaux Art, Bath Solo Show

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2011 -ᅠ Show me the Artists:ᅠLondon Group Show

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2011 -ᅠ Hinterland: ᅠLondon Solo Show

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2010 -ᅠ Avonmouth to the Amazon: ᅠBristol Solo Show

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2010 - ᅠSolo Show: Sarah Myerscough Fine Art,ᅠLondon

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2010 -ᅠ Little Big Gallery: Monmatre Paris Group Show

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2009 -ᅠ Cuba/Italy/China:ᅠSomerset. Solo Show

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2009 -ᅠ On Borrowed Time': Bath.ᅠGroup Show

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2009 -ᅠ Borderland:ᅠCollyer Bristow. London. Group Show


Art Fairs


 2015 - AAF Hamburg & Amsterdam

 2015 - AAF Battersea & New York

ᅠ ᅠ2014 - AAF Battersea & New York

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2014 - AAF Amsterdam

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2014 - AAF Hamstead

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2014 - Fotofever Paris

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2014 - AAF Stockholm

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2014 - AAF Battersea & New York

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2013 - AAF Hamburg

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2013 - Works on Paper London

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2013 - AAF New York

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2013 - AAF Brussels & Bristol

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2013 - AAF Stockholm, & Battersea

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2012 - AAF Hampstead

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2012 - AAF New York

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2011 - AAF Singapore

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2011 - AAF Los Angeles & New York

ᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠᅠ 2011 - London Art Fair

Muse & the Moon; Glastonbury

Limited Edition Prints are available through



Prints are generally available in three or four sizes

50 x 60cmᅠin a portfolio edition of 35,

91x 72cm in a limitedᅠ edition of 15

ᅠ122 x 91cm in a limitedᅠ edition of 12.

(+ᅠ2AP's in each size)


There may also be a custom size up to 8ft as part of an edition of 3 if the resolution allows.


Signed photographs ᅠcan be purchased as print only, mounted to aluminum, face-mounted to acrylic or framed.

All come with a Certificate of Authentication

Artwork can be shipped worldwide with an insured courier.

For any orders or enquiries email


Other Galleries:  Capital Culture: UK

                           Little Big Galerie: Paris

             Exposed Art Space Moscow


The beautiful and condemned:

Barry Cawston’s images of abandoned buildings capture an eerie allure

By Alice-Azania Jarvis for the Independent Newspaper






There’s something very American about Barry Cawston’s photographs. It’s odd, really, since none were taken in the US; instead they feature scenes from Italy, Cuba, Mexico, Brazil – even Bristol. Yet, be it in the contrasting colours of a Havana pool, the perfect clapboards of an Avonmouth cottage, or the crooked hat of a Tibetan cowboy, Cawston’s images recall both the New World melancholy of Edward Hopper and the dazzling modernity of David Hockney’s Berkeley days.


Cawston began his career in the early 1990s. With a degree in sociology and a diploma in photography, he freelanced while nurturing his interest in fine art. Winner of the Exeter Contemporary Open and the Chairman’s Choice Award at the RWA Photographic Open, he worked with a friend Al Deane under the collective pseudonym Boris Baggs to photograph a series of English Heritage projects for their Buildings @ Risk Campaigns. Since then, he has opened the Drugstore Gallery in Axbridge, Somerset and exhibited around the world. Frequently, he says, admirers note the ghosts of ᅠpainters past in his subjects: “It all began with the photo of the pool. I just stumbled across it after waking up one morning and thought: that is a photographic version of a Hockney painting. Had I been an hour later, or an hour earlier, it would have been totally different."


Though occasionally dabbling in digital photography, most of his work is done using a Wista Field camera, complete with hood, wooden tripod and bellows. “To an extent what I do is social documentation,” he says. Often it’s the picture or event that is in control not the photographer. I’ve experienced that many times.”



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