Norman McBeath is a photographer and printmaker. The National Portrait Galleries in London and Edinburgh have over seventy of his portraits in their collections.
Portraits held in the National Portrait Gallery, London can be seen here.
His work has been shown as part of exhibitions at the the Leica Gallery in New York, the National Portrait Galleries in Edinburgh and London, the Royal Scottish Academy and the Royal Academy of Arts. Collaborations with Paul Muldoon, Jeanette Winterson, Kathleen Jamie, Janice Galloway and Robert Crawford have been exhibited in Chicago, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Oxford and at Yale.
He has recently been invited to produce a specially editioned print for an exhibition called 'Thinking of Place II (too)'. The exhibition, an international collaboration featuring eighty artists, shows first in Santander, Spain at the Impact 10 printmaking conference before going on an international tour. The print (opposite) is called 'Is to remember to have known and not forgotten?' (photogravure, printed on Fabriano Artistico 300 gsm, 38cm x 28cm in an edition of 20).
'Thinking of Place II (too)' : Santander, Spain, 1st – 9th September, 2018 then touring.