Martin Parr: Badminton Horse Trials, Gloucestershire

from 'The Cost of Living'


A special limited edition Phaidon book and original print signed and numbered by Martin Parr.


Martin Parr


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Price: USD$1,600.00


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About the book
Collector'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.

ABOUT THE PRINT

C-type print
Sheet size: 304 x 406 mm (12 x 16 inches)
Book case: 260 x 330 mm (10 1/4 x 13 inches)
Box: 331 x 436 mm (13 x 17 1/8 inches)
Printed in 2002 in an edition of 100 plus 5 artist's proofs
All copies are signed and numbered by Martin Parr

Badminton Horse Trials, Gloucestershire showcases the vibrant palette that made Parr one of the most important colour photographers in the world, and continues his ferocious appetite for social observation and accuracy for encapsulating the insecurities and vanities of modern life.

 


About the author(s)
'A splendidly deadpan observer' (Times Literary Supplement), Martin Parr has revitalized contemporary documentary photography with his own brand of robustness and variety. His photographs are above all a visual extravaganza of acute observation, wit, and colour. A pioneer of colour photography and an insightful commentator on the commercial culture of today as well as domestic and social life, he has repositioned contemporary documentary photography. A member of Magnum since 1994, Parr has published over twenty books and been widely exhibited around the globe. He is arguably Britains key contemporary photographer, with an unmistakable style and an international following in the worlds of art, fashion and journalism.


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