Martin Parr's Bad Weather

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Abstract

Martin Parr's Bad Weather is the debut book from Britain's most world-renown and prolific photographers. Armed with wry humor (and a water-proof camera), Parr captured the social landscape of the UK during downpours, snow storms and the most challenging elements. Published in 1982, Bad Weather has been long out of print and is one of Parr's most sought after books. Books on Books # 17 offers an in-depth study of this important photobook including a new essay by Thomas Weski called Even the Queen Gets Wet.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages90
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2014

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Martin Parr's Bad Weather. / Parr, Martin.

2014. 90 p.

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