Chris Killip – 1946/2020

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Thames & Hudson, 2022
Hardcover, 32×24 cm
256 pages, b/w photographs
English text

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The definitive, full-career retrospective of the life and work of Chris Killip (1946-2020), one of the UK’s most important and influential post-war documentary photographers. Known for his urgent, raw and empathetic images of British working-class communities in the 1970s and 1980s, Killip eventually moved to the United States, where he taught photography at Harvard University for more than twenty-five years. Published in connection with a major exhibition opening in October 2022 at The Photographers’ Gallery in London, prior to an international tour, this volume includes the most important images from Killip’s extraordinary career. Including previously unpublished illustrations and ephemera, as well as photographs spanning Killip’s entire life with texts by Ken Grant, Amanda Maddox, Gregory Halpern and Lynsey Hanley and a foreword by Brett Rogers, director of the Photographers’ Gallery, this exquisite collection sheds new light on an astonishing talent.

MAE323-22
Weight 2 kg
ISBN

978-0500025581

Giorni di attesa

15

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