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In pictures: Sam Taylor-Wood's Ghosts

Ghosts. Copyright: Sam Taylor-Wood

Contemporary artist Sam Taylor-Wood is presenting a series of photographs, inspired by Emily Bronte's book Wuthering Heights, at central London's White Cube gallery.

Ghosts. Copyright: Sam Taylor-Wood

Entitled Ghosts, the series was shot on the moors near Top Withens, west Yorkshire, the setting for Bronte's 1847 novel.

Ghosts. Copyright: Sam Taylor-Wood

The images depict a beautiful, yet bleak landscape, reflecting the novel's themes of love and suffering.

Ghosts. Copyright: Sam Taylor-Wood

Ghosts forms part of Taylor-Wood's exhibition Yes I No, her first at the gallery since 2004. It features three groups of photographs and a large-scale film installation.

Ghosts. Copyright: Sam Taylor-Wood

Yes I No is at No 1 The Piazza, Covent Garden, until 5 November, and White Cube, in St James's, until 29 November.



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