Martin Parr, one of the most famous photographers to come out of the UK in the last 50 years, is known for his saturated and satirical images depicting leisure and consumption in England. For this year’s photo issue he shared some images from his archive.
Ahead of the UK leaving the EU, the National Portrait Gallery is showing a major exhibit of Martin Parr's work.
The photographer spent two years documenting life at "the jewel in the crown of the British establishment".
The legendary Magnum photographer went to the country's largest St George's Day parade, in West Bromwich.
The 'Shit Britain' style of photography – Pukka pies, pot holes and pre-pubescents posing with pricked footballs on tower block stairwells – proves there can be hope in sentimentality.
Waxy sausages, tinned vegetables, white bread: iconic British artist Martin Parr's photos are the antithesis of your carefully arranged avo on toast shot. We met over steak and chips to ask what he makes of the #foodporn proliferating social media.
That's quite a lot for a publisher run by just one guy, so we asked him how he does it.
Simply, they were there to play golf. While they were at it, they might stick around to have a meal in the 50s-built white-brick clubhouse or, on a Sunday, to watch the NFL games on the TV in the carpeted area of the men’s locker room after they’d...
Our 2014 fiction issue features new work by David Mamet, Michel Gondry, James Franco, Alec Sokolow, Louis Mellis, Martin Parr, and many other writers and artists we love.
It is often said that the English suffer from a lack of patriotic feeling. Only a tiny minority of us indulge in public displays of national pride, and even this minority only do so on very special occasions. Can you imagine a similar number of...
When we first saw the line up for 'Photography,' we fell out of our chairs. It features new(!) work by William Eggleston, Nan Goldin, Ryan McGinley, Martin Parr, Terry Richardson, and Stephen Shore. We took the curator of the show, Ken Miller, out to...