Malcolm Glover is an international photographic artist, whose work has been widely published and exhibited.
Already an established documentary photographer he has, more recently, diversified into creative digital works, creating panoramic photographic timescapes and video portraiture.
He has work in several public and private collections, including:
National Museum of Photography, Bradford
Welsh Archival Centre, Caernarfon
Welsh Industrial Museum, Cardiff
Rochdale Art Gallery
Oldham Art Gallery (The British Contemporary Photographers Collection)
Vital Arts (St Brats Hospital, London)
National Paintings in Hospitals Arts Collection
Whitechapel Hospital Arts Collection
Kowitz Private Art collection
Solo and Group Exhibitions (selected)
2019. 15 August – 30 September 2019. ‘India’ solo show at A Wave of Dreams Arts Lab, St-Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex. (Solo)
2019 Hastings Museum & Art Gallery, Hastings, East Sussex
2016 Lucy Bell Fine Art Photography Gallery, St Leonards on Sea East Sussex (Solo)
2014 Lucy Bell Fine Art Photography Gallery, St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex (Solo)
2012 Delhi Arts Fair, India
2010 Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne, East Sussex (mixed)
2008 Menier Gallery, London
2006 Arts Centre, Slough
2003 Hastings Museum & Art Gallery, Hastings, East Sussex (Solo)
2001 Artworks, Milton Keynes (Solo)
2000 Storey Gallery, Lancaster (Solo)
2000 Acute Angle Gallery, London (Solo)
1996 Oriel Gallery, Mold, N.Wales (Mixed)
1994 Quay Arts Centre, Isle of Wight (Solo)
1992 Photofusion Gallery, London (Solo)
1992 National Portrait Gallery, London (Mixed)
1990 Welsh Museum, Cardiff (Solo)
1988 Cornerhouse Gallery, Manchester (Solo)
Notable commissions and installations
Glover has created and installed largescale digital panoramic photographic timescapes for:
Brighton & Hove Football Stadium (1 x 10m width, plus a series of portraits of fans)
Keflavik Airport, Iceland (3 x 8m width prints)
Eastbourne Railway Station (1 x 8m)
Manchester Eye Hospital (1 x 8m)
John Radcliffe Hospital (1 x 8m, 1 x 5m)
Whiston Hospital, Liverpool (1 x 6m)
Queensferry Hospital, North Wales (2 x 5m)
Royal Shrewsbury Hospital (1 x 5m)
Mile End Hospital (2 x 4m)
Romford Hospital (2 x 4m)
Halton Hospital, Runcorn (1 x 3m)
Salisbury Hospital (2 x 4m)
Culture Centre, Newcastle (1 x5m)
Heathfield Junior School, London (3m x 3m)
Glover’s video portraiture has attracted substantial funding, including:
2017. Arts Council England for ‘The Congregation’.
2017. British Council for ‘Breathe’ (shot in an Indian glass factory in collaboration with glass artist, Chris Bird-Jones).
Notable Clients (Documentary Photography)
The Sunday Times, Radio Times, Sunday Express, Mail on Sunday, Independent on Sunday, Illustrated London News, Times Educational Supplement. Penguin, Routledge and Macmillan Books.
‘Soundings’ Cross-Channel photographic mission.
‘Hidden Gems’ documenting allotment holders in Slough.
‘Rise of Maidstone United’ documenting the life of the Club and supporters.