Small World describes the phenomenon of an increasingly homogeneous ‘global culture’, fuelled by market demands and the ease of transport and communication. The British photographer’s topical investigation examines the various aspects of international tourism, from the overcrowding of ‘holiday paradises’ to the inevitable contrasts that arise as soon as a developing country becomes a destination for mass tourism.
Small World – Martin Parr (I° Italian edition)
Peliti, 1995 (I Italian edition)
Hardcover, 29×26 cm
96 pages, 68 color photographs
Very good conditions, light traces of time on the cover