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Since 1996 Stephen Gill has been making serial studies of mundane British scenes and objects including cash points, lost people, the back of advertising billboards and people traveling on the London to Southend train. His visual approach is unique, combining conceptual rigour with enormous sympathy for his human subjects, and has already been widely appreciated in Granta and the New York Times Magazine, among others. His first book confirms his status as a key young vision in contemporary photography
With an introductory essay by humorist and TV filmmaker Jon Ronson.
256 pp, 137 Colour Illustrations
220 mm x 170 mm
Published by: Chris Boot
Publication date: 2004
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