The book “Up And Down Peachtre”, published by Contrasto in an international edition, is the result of Martin Parr’s vision of the city of Atlanta. This book came out at the time of the exhibition presented a few months ago at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. The Museum commissioned Martin Parr to document the city as part of its Picturing the South project. The book presents the complete work of Parr on Atlanta, it is a meticulously designed object, printed without text beyond the book’s title and colophon.
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