The largest retrospective of Martin Parr’s workever created in South America has just been opened at the Museum of Image and Sound in São Paolo. With the title Parrtificial, the exhibition is divided into seven parts, and for each of them the staging plays on the individual theme’s own atmosphere. When we call to mind Parr’s work the classic subjects reappear; so it’s with feet in the sand and from a beach-towel that we can look at the images from beach resorts around the world made by the English photographer.
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