‘Sicily’ is a collection of photographs taken in Palermo, Gibellina and Gibellina Nuova in 2018 at the same time the European Biennial of Contemporary Art festival, Manifesta, was taking place.
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‘Barcelona’ is a collection of photographs of the city that has become a popular destination for tourists around the world. Buy now in paperback
Photographs in a magazine format taken in Crete and Athens in Greece.
A magazine of 50 photographs taken in England and India between 2014 and 2016. Made in the style of polaroids, the images document personal reflections of both countries.
This unique magazine documents what happened when photographer Ronan Haughton was invited to a fight club in the suburbs of Bangalore (South India).
This book focuses on what remains throughout Hampi, India, today: ruins of former regal glory and glimpses of Hindu faith in practice, still a strong unifying factor in the region.
‘Calcutta’ is a record of a journey. It is a contemplation of excitement and shock of the city.
An homage to polaroid photography, ‘Bombay’ is a glimpse of my first impressions of India during my first trip to the country with my partner who is from India.
‘Pondicherry’ is a collection of photographs of the former French colonial city in Tamil Nadu, South India now known as ‘Puducherry’.
‘Madras’ is a record of my time in Chennai, South India. The mix of photographs and commentary in the book form a unique snapshot of the city from an outsiders perspective.
A book using a picture postcard format, American Postcards features photography and writing that documents the experiences and impressions of three European photographers in post 9/11 USA (2004 to 2005). Forward by Peter D. Osborne.
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Ronan Haughton edited this Guardian award winning arts, design and fashion magazine from University of the Arts London. These eight issues of the magazine featured the work of established and up and coming artists from Central Saint Martins, London College of Fashion, London College of Communication, Chelsea College of Arts, Camberwell College of Arts and Wimbledon College of Arts.