A new display at the so-called Artist Rooms at Tate Modern, in London, brings together a selection of Martin Parr’s documentary photographs and photobooks spanning 1983 to 2007. The British photographer has spent the past four decades exploring themes of class, leisure and consumer culture at home and abroad. Parr’s work illustrates his ongoing curiosity about our cultural peculiarities and...
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