Keith Baugh moved from Notting Hill, London with his wife and two sons and lives in a beautiful riverside village in Gloucestershire. He studied Fine Art at Chesterfield College of Art, Kingston-on-Thames College of Art and Liverpool College of Art.
His work ranges through portraiture, figurative and still-life paintings to a major series inspired by visits to the USA. Keith was elected a member of the prestigious Chelsea Arts Club in 1982.
Keith Baugh’s photographic prints of Bob Dylan have recently been exhibited in Bristol, London and Paris. His photo images can be seen atRedferns/Getty Images and have recently been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, MOJO, Condé Nast, MTV and the Guardian.
EARLY NEW YORK SUBWAY GRAFFITI 1973-1975 by KEITH BAUGH
Photographs from Harlem, South Bronx, Times Square & Coney Island
First Edition Hardback 128 pages available from www.keithbaugh.com
Second Edition expanded re-print 184 pages through Tangent Books
Keith Baugh’s New York Subway Graffiti photographs also appear in GRAFFITI 365 (Abrams) and features in the book BLADE: KING OF GRAFFITI published April 2014.