I first came across Veronica Bailey's photography when I was writing about the architect Erno Goldfinger. Bailey photographed some of Goldfinger's books from his house in 2 Willow Road, Hampstead, end on, using a digital process, to create formally striking images, which, combined with the books' titles produced a kind of indirect biographical comment on Goldfinger and his wife Ursula. I wrote a short piece about a later series of images, Postscript, for Portfolio Magazine. This series uses the letters of Lee Miller and her lover/husband Roland Penrose as the basis for large-scale colour digital prints. Download this article [12Kb Rtf]Download veronicabailey.rtf .
There is an interesting feature article by Sue Steward on Veronica's photography from Eye magazine.