'Val Williams's observations, beautifully articulate, should lead to queues of great names clamouring for an introduction to their books' World of Interiors 'Martin Parr takes the biscuit with his coffee table book' Tatler 'handsomely produced retrospect' Times Literary Supplement 'well-made book ... exemplary text' London Review of Books 'the first serious assessment of the career of a major contemporary photographer' Pure Entertainment and Style 'You can't do better than Martin Parr [by Val Williams]' Verve 'Monumental' Evening Standard 'Beautifully illustrated' Time Out 'Comprehensive ... 'Essential viewing' Esquire 'If you love Parr's work, this book is a must; if you can't see the point of it, Val Williams' excellent text may illuminate things' Amateur PhotographerReseña del editor:
This EditionCollector's Editions are commissioned by and especially created for Phaidon Press. Each comprises a special edition of a Phaidon book that is beautifully cloth bound and presented in a cloth-bound box with an original print, made, signed and numbered by the artist or photographer.The Collector's Edition of MARTIN PARR comprises a specially bound book presented in a cloth-bound box with either a silver gelatin or C-type limited edition print made and signed by the photographer.Martin Parr's work has always provoked discussion and debate. A pioneer of colour photography and an insightful commentator on the commercial culture of today as well as domestic and social life, he has revitalized and repositioned contemporary documentary photography. A member of Magnum since 1994, Parr has published over twenty books and been widely exhibited around the globe. This is his first major retrospective book documenting his complete career to date.
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Descripción Phaidon, London, 2002. Cloth. Estado de conservación: Fine. First Edition. First edition, deluxe issue of 100 signed copies with signed and numbered color C-Print "Badminton Horse Trials, Gloucestershire" (From 'The Cost of Living' series) laid in. A fine copy with fine print, publisher’s clam-shell box somewhat soiled. Signed by the Photographer. Nº de ref. de la librería 001229