MARTIN PARR | #1508, 1997 and #1511, 1998 from Common Sense | Two colour coupler prints

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

@ Martin Parr / Magnum Photos

pikuniku: “Martin Parr at Metro Hall, Toronto, Contact photography festival, 2013 ”

Martin Parr,  in his mature work, frequently shows us crazed with desire for the most tawdry of mass-produced goods, or weighed down with the boredom of shopping and tourism. And he does so in the most brash and lurid of super-saturated colour

Martin Parr, in his mature work, frequently shows us crazed with desire for the most tawdry of mass-produced goods, or weighed down with the boredom of shopping and tourism. And he does so in the most brash and lurid of super-saturated colour

Martin Parr Photography

Martin Parr Photography: i really enjoy this image, as it is very vibrant and has an amazing feel to the image. i also like how the womens hand is out of focused and the lolly pop distracts the viewer from the overall image

Untitled, from Common Sense by Martin Parr

Untitled, from Common Sense

Martin Bramley. The Rhubarb Triangle. 2015. Martin Parr

Martin Parr: 'If I knew how to take a great photo, I’d stop’


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MARTIN PARR | #1508, 1997 and #1511, 1998 from Common Sense | Two colour coupler prints

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

Martin Parr, Street Food (Mexico)

My day in Teignmouth got me thinking about the work of one of my favourite British photographers, Martin Parr.

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The Luminous Abject, Martin Parr. This photo represents the typical summer holiday in Britain.

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(Martin Parr - Leaning Tower Of Pisa) I love this photo as it is very humorous. The photographer has captured what actually happens at the leaning Tower of Pisa in everyday life and I love it.

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?

Martin Parr - the rule of three works really well here to show 3 completely different aspects of the seaside

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