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Martin Parr 1997 and 1998 from Common Sense Two colour coupler prints. Each approximately × 75 cm

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MARTIN PARR | #1508, 1997 and #1511, 1998 from Common Sense | Two colour coupler prints Sold for £2,375 at the Photographs sale, 17 May 2012, London.

 A Hairdressers, 1986

Martin Parr - England. Salford. A Hairdressers. 1986.

Martin Parr I Bored Couples

Martin Parr's iconic photographs depict classic British scenes. In his work he captures a fleeting moment, making it eternal. Sophie Hulme's charms take the same approach, taking objects which are everyday, and seemingly disposable, and making them into keepsakes, and memory markers.

Martin Parr - I never fully understand why he photographs what he does but there's a certain pleasantest and uniqueness to them. I guess ugly but beautiful?

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cin kay - human nature - Martin Parr, 1994 Love how he captures real eras of modern life in Britain

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England, 1994 Martin Parr “”

House of Holland collaborates with Martin Parr on menswear collection >…

Martin Parr's first fashion collection | photography

Martin Parr for House of Holland

Photographie couleur © Martin Parr/Magnum Photos Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris

Inspiration Hut - Creative Inspiration & Professional Design Assets

Throughout this collection you will find what is arguably the most iconic 20th century photography by Dorothea Lange and WIlly Ronis etc.

Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire, 1990 / Unseen photos from Martin Parr’s archive in Dazed spring

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Unseen photos from Martin Parr’s archive in Dazed spring

Photographs by Martin Parr

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- LON60728 IRELAND. County Meath. Mosney. Butlin’s Holiday Camp. 1986.

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 Salford, Greater Manchester, Unseen photos from Martin Parr’s archive in Dazed spring

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Unseen photos from Martin Parr’s archive in Dazed spring

Color photography © Copyright Martin Parr/Magnum Photos Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris

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

Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Martin Parr. Martin Parr thinks of his photography as an ongoing investigation of human interactio…

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New Brighton, Merseyside, from The Last Resort, 1983 to Photo: Martin Parr/Magnum Photos

“Most of the photographs I take are bad”: Martin Parr brings the good stuff to a stunning new retrospective

“If I knew what made a good photograph, I’d give up photography tomorrow,” says Martin Parr, a man who’s become rather famous for taking very good photographs indeed. “Most of the photographs I take are bad, these are just the few that are good.”

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Martin Parr's unseen beach photography shot last week in Nice

Since 1985 Martin Parr has been capturing the kitsch culture of seaside resort towns the world over. Starting with the tattered charm of New Brighton near Liverpool in his famous photo essay _The Last Resort_, the photographer’s anthropological take on beach culture has moved from Englands’ north-west coast to Italy, Spain, and as far as Peru and Argentina. A comprehensive travelling exhibition of his beach photography _Life’s a Beach_ has been making international rounds and is currently on…

What can you tell about a person from the food they eat? Martin Parr’s fun new photo-book, Real Food, examines the socio-cultural context of a selection of global dishes Martin Parr, Real Food Recipes, Snack Recipes, Recipe Icon, Its Nice That, Fast Food Restaurant, People Eating, Slice Of Bread, Cute Food
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Martin Parr’s new book collects together garish foods from around the world