Photographs by Markéta Luskačová, taken on the North East coast of England in the late 1970s, will go on display at the Martin Parr Foundation to coincide with the first publication of this series of work by RRB Photobooks. The seaside. When Amber, a film and photography collective, invited her in 1978 to photograph the North East of England alongside Martine Franck, Henri Cartier-Bresson and Paul Caponigro, she was drawn back to photograph the seaside. “I was very touched by it all: the families with children, old women in their best hats, elderly couples with grandchildren, teenagers courting shyly or...
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