Chris Killip Death – Dead | Photographer Chris Killip Obituary – Passed Away

Chris Killip Death

Photographer Chris Killip Death – Dead | Obituary – Passed Away

Chris Killip Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Chris Killip.

Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.

This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.

Very sorry to hear of the death of Chris Killip, one of this country’s most outstanding photographers. We are proud to have first shown Chris’ work in 1982 and again in 2013 when he was nominated for the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize.

“I made them with a sense of urgency, as I thought it wasn’t going to last. I didn’t set out to be the photographer of the English de-Industrial Revolution. It happened all around me during the time I was photographing.”

Rest in power, Chris Killip.

“I don’t like smiley pictures. A smile is a defense mechanism. It says, You can’t have the real me but here’s my smile. You get closer to the real person when they stop smiling” – Chris Killip #RIP

Terribly sad news about the passing of Chris Killip. An outstanding photographer who leaves an incredible legacy.

Photo: Looking east on Camp Road. Wallsend, 1975.

Sorry to read news re Chris Killip – one of the British Independent photographers that really influenced my study and love of photography Chris Killip, hard-hitting photographer of Britain’s working class, dies aged 74 | Art and design | The Guardian

Very sad news indeed. RIP Chris Killip. Excellent obituary, but doesn’t mention Chris learnt a great deal as an assistant to Adrian Flowers in the early 60s and later regularly mentioned how important that was to his development

Sad to hear of the passing of photographer Chris Killip. He was great at capturing the minutae of life an inspiration to many photographers. #photography #ChrisKillip #Documentary

Sad news that the great photographer, Chris Killip, has died.
Glistening images that speak of his engagement with time and place and the medium itself. Killip was someone held in the highest regard by photographers, but should be better known to everyone. #ChrisKillip

Sad times about Chris Killip. His photos of the north-east in the seventies and eighties are some of my all-time favourites. He was one of the greats.

Saddened to hear of the death of the brilliant British photographer, Chris Killip. He photographed the North East at the time of the dismantling of the ship industry. Couple of his photos below, which are quite stunning

We are very sad to hear that British photographer Chris Killip has died. His photography was a highlight of our Modern Nature exhibition in 2018.

Sorry to hear about Chris Killip. Such a wonderful photographer. His 1st (?) book ‘Isle of Man’ was surely internationally important in recording the changing way of life of a small island nation. Here’s one of the watermill I grew up at (c.1973).#ChrisKillip #GoldenMeadowMill

Chris Killip, 1946–2020.
A great #manx artist whose images of the #isleofman will live forever.
Gura mie mooar ayd.
[All images courtesy of Manx National Heritage / #iMuseum]#ChrisKillip

I can’t believe he has passed away. I posted a series of his finest images only yesterday. What a sad loss. A truly gifted man with a commitment to the art of the everyday, humanity and a sense of community.

Very sad to hear that photographer Chris Killip has died. An outstanding photographer & storyteller. (His work is currently @LaingArtGallery The Last Ships exhibition which he gave to them in honour of the #shipyard workers of Tyneside.) #thelastships #chriskillip

We are still working on getting more details about the death, as a family statement on the death is yet to be released.

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