Little Me

Guy Reid’s Little Me show at the Coningsby Gallery presents a world of miniature people carved in exquisite detail out of lime wood. The painted figures, which include depictions of Reid’s partner Andrew and writers Philip Pullman and Jackie Wilson, are uncanny in their intricate detail

Little Me is at the Coningsby Gallery, 30 Tottenham Street, London W1, from February 4 until March 2.
Photographs by François Deladerrière

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