An exploration of the themes and subjects which drive his inimitable work.
Parr’s photography provides some of the most enduring images of British people’s travel, hobbies and leisure. But behind the sometimes lurid and eccentric images, lie sharp insights into politics and social class. Parr’s unusual perspective, his bold use of colour and his blurring of boundaries between art and advertising have created one of the most distinct aesthetics of our time. The event marks the 60th anniversary of Thames and Hudson
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American artist Sally Mann has won the Prix Pictet the global award for photography & sustainability
American artist Sally Mann is the winner of the 9th cycle of the Prix Pictet, the global award in photography and sustainability. Sally Mann will receive a cash prize of 100,000 Swiss Francs (£82,000, USD109,000).
Yung Ma has been appointed Curator, Hayward Gallery at the Southbank Centre to work on the gallery’s dynamic programme that […]
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his top exhibitions to see in Mayfair and St. James’s – all closing soon. Each one comes […]
Words and pictures by Lee Sharrock To Paris for the first post-lockdown Paris Photo. Paris Photo was the first international […]