Nick Veasey


Nick Veasey, born 1962, is a British artist that uses radiation emitting x-ray technology to create beguilingly beautiful and detailed artworks. Described by London’s Victoria & Albert museum as “forensic investigations as an art form” his work is a classic example of the fusion of science and art. Career highlights include a dedicated permanent gallery in the Amore Pacific Museum Korea, a major retrospective exhibition at Fotografiska Stockholm, the world’s largest photography museum with over 100,000 visitors during the 12 weeks (the visitors including the British and Swedish royal families), other retrospective exhibitions in Korea and Taiwan, various photographic awards and his work being acquired by important international museums, eminent institutions and private collectors.