Dan Dubowitz (1969, Sheffield) is a British photographer based in Italy. An architect by training, and until recently a cultural masterplanner for the regeneration of post industrial cities being regenerated, Dan undertakes long term photography projects that can span 6-8 years. Three of these series have been completed and published. They investigate how the spaces we abandon reveal much about ourselves and the psyche of contemporary societies, and are currently touring museums and galleries across Europe and North America. These three series are Wastelands (Dewi Lewis, 2009),
Fascismo Abbandonato (Dewi Lewis, 2010) and The Peeps (Manchester University Press, 2011). At Unseen, Dan is showing for the first time in Europe Fordlandia from his next long-term project titled Megalomania, this series looks at the relationship between architecture and power in the making of new cities.