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Martin Parr in Paris: two

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Martin Parr, whose prolific body of work is identifiable by its caustic, kitschy colors and the grotesquerie of the situations, has taken pains to photograph proletarian culture in order to bring out the alleged excesses of Western society with all its opulence and ennui. For Parr, as for William Eggleston and Stephen Shore (both whom he admires), color plays an essential role in this critical language.

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