He does like to be beside the seaside... | Photography | Agenda | Phaidon
Whether it's Merseyside or Miami Beach, Martin Parr loves to get the sand between his toes
Martin Parr - Leaning Tower Of Pisa. I really like this picture as it is very humorous. It shows what actually happens at the leaning Tower of Pisa in everyday life. This photo photo was taken outside so it is in natural lighting, and there is no composition rule I see particularly clearly. Maybe that the tower of Pisa is more one the side than in the middle.
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The Last Resort, Martin Parr
No single photoproject in the last 30 years appalled more people nor revealed more about the sensibilities of that bygone era than Martin Parr’s The Last Resort. A casual visitor admiring Ma…
How has England changed since 1994?
Twenty years ago Will Self wrote a long essay about English culture: how has the nation changed since then? And do the old cherished ideas of Englishness bear any resemblance to reality?
Martin Parr British 1952- Parr’s use of intense colour and his ability to raise the snapshot to the level of art has led to him being recognised as the master chronicler of the every day. www.martinparr.com
Le photographe britannique Martin Parr est né dans la banlieue sud de Londres, dans la petite ville d’Epsom en 1952. L’art et la démarche «documentaire» de l’artiste sont aisément identifiables. À ses débuts, son oeil de photographe se faisait le témoin des années Thatcher et des conséquences de cette femme politique sur la société britannique.…