Max Reeves

About Max

About the photographer Max Reeves

Max Reeves is a self-taught photographer whose work looks at issues of Myth, Marginality and Genius Loci and embraces a range of styles.

Born in Papakura, Aoteoroa/New Zealand in 1966 he studied English, History and Philosophy at Auckland University before moving to London in 1990. He lives in Spitalfields in the East End.

He is a photographer/member of the maverick humanitarian group The Serious Road Trip since 1994 and has travelled with them to Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Palestine and elsewhere. He is one of the Bethlem Gallery artists and exhibits regularly at the Bethlem Gallery and in off-site shows and is a member of the Bethlem Arts advisory board.

He has exhibited widely in solo and group shows and has been in The John Kobal Photographic Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery in London.

He co-founded the Wetherspoons Underground Psychogeosofy Club in 2008 with Anthony Iles and Niall McDevitt.

In 1987 he founded Entropy Press which now publishes poetry and photography books and the zine Papakura Post Office.

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