Martin Parr is a photographer, editor, curator, collector and a member of the Magnum Photos co-operative. He has published over 80 books of his own work and has also edited another 30. He is currently editing a series of books for Nazraeli press and often does much work to promote new photographers. Previously this has involved being the artistic director of the Arles Festival and the Brighton Photo Biennial. Martin has just completed work on the History of the Photobook, Volume 3, published by Phaidon and The Chinese Photobook, published by Aperture.

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Latest Projects

Behind the image. A YOOX x Martin Parr interview

We caught up with Martin Parr this week to discuss his latest collaboration with Yoox and find out the story behind the image.. 

Telling your story through photography, an interview with Martin Parr.

Martin Parr gives key industry advice in recent collaboration with Aviva. Shot by Hamish Stephenson. 

Top Photography Tips with Martin Parr x Aviva

Renowned British Photographer Martin Parr shares vital industry tips for latest project with Aviva...

Martin Parr shoots Paul Smith for Apple Music.

We catch up with Martin Parr to discuss his most recent work & discuss the relationship between British creativity in photography & fashion.

Martin Parr dines with Le Bon Marché

Martin Parr photographs high-end brands such as Valentino, Gucci, Prada and Dior with a twist on fine dining for Le Bon Marché. Property of LVMH Luxury Group, Le Bon Marché sells a wide range of high-end goods. A space for living and shopping, Le Bon Marché serves as a creative breeding ground designed along resolutely contemporary lines. Its spaces express the way it interprets trends and define a unique art de vivre.

Martin Parr The Rhubarb Triangle and Other Stories

'Arguably Britain’s greatest living photographer' The Telegraph

The Hepworth Wakefield is delighted to announce a new commission and major survey exhibition by British photographer Martin Parr.

The Rhubarb Triangle & Other Stories opens to the public on 4 February 2016 - 12 June 2016 and will be the largest Martin Parr exhibition in the UK since his Barbican retrospective in 2002, comprising more than 300 photographs that span the past 40 years. 

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