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MARTIN PARR

 

Né à Epsom, Surrey, Royaume-Uni en 1952. Vit et travaille à Londres.

 


EXPOSITIONS PERSONNELLES

 

  • 2016

“A photographic journey”, Kunst Haus Wien, Vienna, Autriche.

“Unseen City: Photos by Martin Parr”, The Guildhall, Londres;, Angleterre. 

“The Rhubarb Triangle and Other Stories”, The Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield, Angleterre

“Early Black and White”, Anzenberger Gallery, Vienna, Autriche. . 

“Work and Leisure”, Firstsite, Colchester, Angleterre.

“Martin Parr’s Strange Paradise”, The Harts Gallery, New Milford, Connecticut, USA. 

“Parrtificial”, MIS, Sao Paulo, Brésil.. 

“Unseen City”, Thames Pathway (north side) near Blackfriars, London, Angleterre.

“Only in England”, The Beaney, Canterbury, Angleterre.

“So Near and So Far : Roscommon in the 1980s”, Roscommon Arts Centre, Roscommon, Irlande.  

 

  • 2015

Life’s a Beach / Evian Under the Eye of Martin Parr, Palais Lumiere, Évian, France

The Non Conformists, Compton Verney, Warwickshire, UK

Rocket Gallery, London, UK

Life’s a Beach, le Théâtre de la Photographie, Nice, France

Black Country Stories, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, UK

Martin Parr at the Beach, Le Bon Marché, Paris, France

Martin Parr, Galeria Lume, Sao Paulo, Brazil

 

  • 2014

The Almalfi Coast, Studio Trisorio, Napoli, Italy

Food (& other stories), galerie kamel mennour, Paris

Black Country Stories, New Art Gallery Walsall, UK

We love Britain !, Sprengel Museum, Hannover, Germany

Martin Parr's Paris, Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris.

Only in England (The Non-Conformists) with Tony Ray-Jones, National Media Museum, Bradford, United Kingdom

Life’s a Beach and Machu Picchu, Lima Photo Biennial, Lima, Peru
Martin Parr : Liberation, Jersey Museum, The Channel Islands.
The Non Conformists, La Virreina Image Centre, Barcelona.

 

  • 2013

Life’s a Beach, Aperture, New York.
Made in the UK, Katara Cultural Village, Doha.
Janet Borden / Martin Parr: USA Colour.
Liberation Exhibition, Guernsey.
Souvenir, Museum Gestaltung, Zurich.
Galerie Paris Beijing.
Luxury / Multimedia, Art Museum Moscow, Russia.

 

  • 2012

Think of Finland, Laboratory, Helsinki, Finland.
No Worries, Western Australian Maritime Museum, Australia.
New Pictures 6, Minneapolis Winter Games, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, USA.
Assorted Cocktail, Gemeentemuseum, Helmond, Netherlands.
Souvenir. Martin Parr, Photography and Collecting, CCCB, Barcelona, Spain.
Small World, Phototheatron, The Athens House of Photography, Athens, Greece.
Life’s a Beach, Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon, France.
Playas, Paraty em Foco, Paraty, Brazil.
Luxury and Beaches, Pekin Fine Arts, Beijing, China.
Project Chinatown, The Sound Agents, Liverpool, UK.
Black Country Stories, The New Art Gallery, Walsall, UK.
National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

  • 2011

Assorted Cocktail, DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague.
Rimaldas Viksraitis & Martin Parr: The Real World, Anzenberger Gallery, Vienna.
The Goutte d’Or!, Institut des Cultures d’Islam, Paris.
Black Country Stories, Light House, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom.
M Shed, Bristol.

National Gallery of Arts, British Council, Tirana, Albania.

 

  • 2010

Stephen Daiter Gallery, Chicago.
Playas, Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City.
Martin Parr at PHOTOINK, New Delhi.
Working Men’s Clubs, Earlswood Working Men’s Club, Cardiff.
Luxury, Janet Borden, New York.
Four Decades, Studio Trisorio, Naples.
Luxury, Galeria Espacio Minimo, Madrid.
The Real World, Kaunas Photo Gallery, Lituania.
Un Monde a Parr, Rennes.
Black Country Stories, The Public, West Bromwich.
Luxury, Month of Photography, Bratislava.
All Things Parr, Rose Gallery, Santa Monica, USA.

 

  • 2009

Parr-O-Rama, Janet Borden, New York.
Playas, kamel mennour, Paris.
Planète Parr, Jeu de Paume, Paris.
Martin Parr at Paris-Beijing Photo Gallery, Beijing.
Luxury, GunGallery, Stockholm.
Luxury, Nicola Von Senger, Zurich.
ParrWorld, Baltic, Gateshead, UK.
Assorted Cocktail, Casal Solleric, Palma, Majorca.
Martin Parr ‘Sei Fotografie’, Macro, Rome.
Retrospective of Books, Rocket Gallery, London.


  • 2008

Dubai, The Third Line, Dubai.
ParrWorld, Haus der Kunst, Munich.
Assorted Cocktail, Santralistanbul, Turkey.
ParrWorld, Breda Design Museum, Netherlands.
Small world, Breda Photo, Netherlands.
Melbourne Cup, Niagara Gallery, Melbourne.

 

  • 2007

Retrospective, Seoul Arts Centre.
Autoportrait, ZPAFiS-KA Gallery, Krakow.
Fashion Magazine, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography.
Fashion Newspaper, Paul Smith Space, Tokyo.
Retrospective, Kulturhuset, Stockholm.
Assorted Cocktail, C/O Berlin.

 

  • 2006

Food, Nordic Festival of Light, 2006.
Port Elliot House, Port Elliot Literary Festival.
Retrospective, Forma Gallery, Milan.
Cocktail, Photokina, Cologne.
Mexico, Janet Borden Gallery.

 

  • 2005

Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver.
PhotoEspana, Madrid.
Bon Marché, Paris.
Die Kunsthalle, Mannheim.
Rocket Gallery, London.
Montreal Festival of Photography.
Nicola von Senger Gallery, Zurich.
Kamel Mennour Gallery, Paris.
Fashion Show, Rocket Gallery London.
Fashion Show, Bon Marche Paris.
Stephen Daiter Gallery, Chicago.
Retrospective, MEP, Paris.
Common Sense, Niagra Gallery, Melbourne.

 

  • 2003

Studio Trisorio, Naples.
National Museum of Photography, Copenhagen.
Kunsthalle Rotterdam.
Renia Sofia, Madrid.
20/21 Essen, Germany.

 

  • 2002

Martin Parr: Photographic Works 1971-2000, Barbican Art Gallery, London.
The Phone Show, Rocket Gallery, London.
Rose Gallery, Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica USA.
Sirieuze Zaken, Amsterdam.
Martin Parr Photoworks 1971 - 2000, Barbican Art Gallery and major European tour
Rocket Gallery London.
Rose Gallery, Los Angeles.

 

  • 2001

Think of England, Rocket Gallery.


  • 2000

20/21 Gallery, Essen, Germany.
Autoportrait, Tom Blau Gallery, London.
Japonais Endormis, Kunsthalle, Rotterdam.
Gallery du Jour, Paris.
Kulturbeutel, Old Post Office, Mitte Berlin.

 

  • 1999

Common Sense, 43 locations worldwide.
Benidorm, Sprengel Museum, Hanover.

 

  • 1998

Ooh La La, National Museum of Photography, Bradford.
Japonais Endormis, Gallery du Jour, Paris.
Gallery Riis, Oslo.

 

  • 1997

West Bay, Rocket Gallery, London.

 

  • 1996

Janet Borden, New York.

 

  • 1995

Small World, Photographer's Gallery, London, UK.
Small World and From A to B, National Centre of Photography, Paris.
Gallery du Jour, Paris.

 

  • 1994

From A to B, 27 Welcome Break service stations, UK.
Curitiba Photo Festival, Brazil.

 

  • 1993

Kiek in de Kok Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia.
A Year in the Life of Chew Stoke, Chew Stoke Village Hall, Bristol.
Bored Couples, Gallery du Jour, Paris and subsequent tour.
Home and Abroad, Watershed Gallery, Bristol and international tour.

 

  • 1992

Gallery Jacques Gordat, Paris.
Signs of the Times, Janet Borden, New York.

 

  • 1991

Janet Borden, New York.

 

  • 1989

The Cost of Living, Royal Photographic Society, Bath and tour.

 

  • 1988

Kodak Gallery, Tokyo and Osaka.

 

  • 1987

ICP Midtown, New York.
Spending Time, National Centre of Photography, Paris.

 

  • 1986

Point of Sale, Salford City Art Gallery.
The Last Resort, Serpentine Gallery, London.
Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany.
Arles Festival, France.
Fotograficentrum, Stockholm, Sweden.
Amsterdam Manifestation.

 

  • 1985

A Fair Day, Orchard Gallery, Derry and tour.
George Eastman House, Rochester.

 

  • 1984

International Photography Festival, Malmo, Sweden.
British Photographic Art, Geology Museum, Beixing, China.

 

  • 1983

Bad Weather, Photgrapher's Gallery, London and subsequent tour.

 

  • 1982

Rural Irish Photographers, Neikrug Gallery, New York.

 

  • 1981

The Non-Conformists, Camerawork, London.


  • 1978

Fotomania Gallery, Barcelona, Spain.

 

  • 1977

Photographer's Gallery, London.

 

  • 1976

Beauty Spots, Impressions Gallery, York and subsequent tour.

 

  • 1974

Home Sweet Home, Impressions Gallery, York, and Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol.

 

 

EXPOSITIONS COLLECTIVES

 

  • 2016

Performing for the Camera, Tate Modern, Londres, Royaume-Uni

 

  • 2015

MMM. Matthieu Chedid rencontre Martin Parr, église des Frères-Prêcheurs, Les Rencontres d’Arles, France

A Place in the Sun, Barbado, Lisbon, Portugal

Oops… chocolate!: Martin Parr, Expo, Milan, Italie

Work, Rest and Play, British Photography from the 1960’s to Today, OCT Loft, Shenzhen, China

Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, Royaume-Uni

GuatePhoto Festival 15, Guatemala

Terror and Wonder : The Gothic Imagination, British Library, London

Rich Pickings – Displaying Wealth, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg, Germany

Open for business, Touring exhibition in collaboration with Multistory and Magnum Photos : Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery / MShed, Bristol / Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow

 

  • 2014

International Festival of Photography, Knokke-Heist, Belgium

Lima's Photography Biennal, Peru.

Open for business, Touring exhibition in collaboration with Multistory and Magnum Photos : National Media Museum, Bradford / March, Birmingham / National Railway Museum, York /Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester / Science Museum, London, University of South Wales, Newport

Playgrounds, Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid

 

  • 2013

Martin Parr and Tony Ray-Jones, Media Space, London

 

  • 2012

Picturing the South, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, USA.
I See China, Pekin Fine Arts, Beijing, China.
Seduced by Art: Photography Past and Present, The National Gallery, London.


  • 2011

Small Planet, Guernsey Photography Festival, United Kingdom.

Luxury, Gilberto Alzate Avendaño Foundation, Bogota Photography Festival, Colombia.

Invité d’honneur du festival Photomed, Sanary-sur-mer, îles des Embiez & de Bendor, Six-Fours-les-plages, France.

 

  • 2010

Dreamlands, The Pompidou Centre, Paris.

Photomonth, Krakow, Poland.

Getxophot, Getxo.

 

  • 2009

Georgian Spring, Uferallen, Berlin.
Rencontres d’Arles 2009.
No Such Thing As Society, Various European locations.

 

  • 2008

Three From Britain, Rose Gallery, Santa Monica, USA.
Street & Studio, Tate Modern.
2008 No Such Thing As Society, Various European locations.
Between memory and History: From the epic to the everyday, Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto.


  • 2007

How We Are, Tate Britain.
Our Land! Photographs from Finland, Tennis Palace Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland.
Turkey by Magnum, Istanbul Modern Art Museum.
How We Are, Tate Britain.

 

  • 2006

Making History, Tate Gallery, Liverpool.
Click Double Click, Haust der Kunst, Munchen, 2006.

 

  • 2005

Exposures, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
Eurovisions, Pompidu Centre, Paris.

 

  • 2004

Pingyao Photography Festival, China.
About Face, Hayward Gallery, London.

 

  • 2003

Cruel and Tender, Tate Modern, London.

 

  • 2002

Sand in der Vaseline, Kerfelder, Kunstmuseem, Germany.

 

  • 2000

At Sea, Tate Gallery Liverpool.

 

  • 1999

Our Turning World: Magnum Photographers 1989-1999, Barbican Art Gallery, London.


  • 1998

No Sex Please, we’re British, Shisheido Department Store, Tokyo.

 

  • 1997

Zurich, Kunsthaus, Zurich.
Trois Grands Egyptiennes, Musee de la Photographie, a Charlleroi, Belgium.

 

  • 1995

Internationale Foto-Triennale, Esslingen, Germany.

 

  • 1994

European Photography Award 1985-1994, Kultur Zentrum,Bad Hamburg, Germany.

 

  • 1993

Photographs from the Real World, Lilliehammer Art Museum, Norway.
Sobre Santiago, Tres de Magnum, Santiago, Spain.

 

  • 1992

Imagina, World Fair, Seville.

 

  • 1991

British Photography from the Thatcher Years, MOMA, New York.
Voir la Suisse Autrement, Fribourg, Switzerland.

 

  • 1990

The Past and Present of Photography, MOMA, Tokyo.

 

  • 1989

Through the Looking Glass, British photography 1945-1989, Barbican Centre, London.
The Art of Photography, Royal Academy, London.
Foto Biennale, Enschede.

 

  • 1988

A British View, Museum fur Gestalturg, Zurich.

 

  • 1987

Attitudes to Ireland, Orchard Gallery, Derry, N.Ireland.
Mysterious Coincidences, Photographer's Gallery, London.
Inscriptions and Inventions, British Council touring exhibition.

 

  • 1986

British Contemporary Photography, Houston Foto Festival.
New Documents, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago.

 

  • 1985

Quelques Anglais, Centre Nationale de la Photographie, Paris.

 

  • 1982

Strategies-recent developments in British photography, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton.

 

  • 1981

New Work in BritainPhotographer's Gallery, London.


  • 1979

Three Perspectives on Photography, Hayward Gallery, London.

 

  • 1972

Butlins by the Sea, Impressions Gallery, York.

 

 

PRESSE

 

  • 2002

Parr - Rick Poynor, 2wice
Objects of derision - Geoff Nicholson, Modern Painters, summer.
Der Forscher mit der bosen Kamera - Von Anna V. Munchhausen.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagzeitung.
Hell is a fast food holiday - Philip Hensher, The Mail on Sunday.
Parr excellence - Tim Adams, The Observer.
Fragments of ordinary life - Derek Bishton, The Daily Telegraph.

 

  • 2001

All out world: the photographs of Martin Parr - Peter Hamilton, Art on Paper.
Household Martin - Interview by David Land, RPS Journal, January.

 

  • 2000

Friend or foe? - Colin Jacobson, Creative Review, November.
The eyes of Martin Parr - Andrew Billen interveiw, The London Standard.
A vision of Englishness - Steven Pyle, Daily Telegraph.

 

  • 1999

Common Sense - Mark Durden, Portfolio Spring.
Martin Parr’s juicy absurdity - Kim Hastreiter, Paper magazine.
De wereld als soap - Jannetje Koelewijn, Vrij Nederland (Holland).
Martin Parr interview - Richard Pinsent, The Art Newspaper no 90.
Kitsch in synch - Lesley Gillilan, Independent on Sunday.
Lachen doet pijn - Edie Peters, de Voorkant.
Martin Parr - Gaby Wood, Guardian Weekend.

 

  • 1998

Ooh la la - Neil Brown, Frieze 42.
Us and them - William Feaver, Observer Review.
Working class heroes: Martin Parr and Robert Capa - Dan Jacobson,
British Journal of Photography.
Reduced to this - Derek Bishton, Daily Telegraph.

 

  • 1997

Beside the seaside - Gerry Badger, Contemporary Visual Arts issue 16.

 

  • 1994

Martin Parr - David Lee, Arts Review.

 

  • 1993

Ordinary people - Val Williams, Independent on Sunday.
Sad hearts at the supermarket - Boyd Tonkin, New Statesman and Society.
Up to Parr - Michael Hallett, British Journal of Photography.
‘I’m buggered without my prejudice' - David Brittain, Creative Camera.
The tourist in the picture - Suzanne Moore, Guardian Weekend.
Eloge de la vie quotidienne - Michel Guerin, Le Monde.

 

  • 1989

Comfort and joy - Bob Chesshyre and Richard Ehrlich, Sunday Times Magazine.

 

  • 1986

The Last Resort - David Lee, Arts Review.
End of the pier - Robert Morris, British Journal of Photography.

 


ÉDITIONS

 

 

  • 2016

Updated Small World, republié par Dewi Lewis Publishing, Stockport, Royaume-Uni

Real Food, publié par Phaidon Press Limited, Londres, Royaume-Uni

The Rhubarb Triangle, publié par The Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield, Royaume-Uni, à l'occasion de l'exposition The Rhubarb Triangle and Other Stories

 A Taste of Mulhouse, publié par La Filature, Scène nationale, Mulhouse, France

 

  • 2015

Autoportrait, republié par les Éditions Xavier Barral, Paris, France et Dewi Lewis Publishing, Stockport, Royaume-Uni

 

  • 2014

Retrospective / Martin Parr, An updated version of the 2002 publication by Val Williams. A complete career monograph., Published by Phaidon.

Black Country Stories, Designed and published by Dewi Lewis to coincide with the Black Country Stories exhibition, October 2014.

Hong Kong Parr, Published by GOST and Blindspot Gallery to coincide with Martin’s show in Hong Kong, September 2014. Designed by SMITH.

Voewood Festival, Designed by Fergus Partridge and published by D.B.C Pierre and Simon Finch to coincide with Voewood festival, August 2014. Martin shot the images for the book at Voewood Festival in 2012.

We Love Britain, Designed by Kummer & Herrman and published by Schirmer Mosel.

Signs of the Times, Beetles + Huxley published a Signs of the Times catalogue to coincide

with their exhibition of the work at the gallery in 2014.

Bad Weather, Published by Errata Editions, Originally published in 1982 and has been long out of print. Errata Editions offer an in depth study of this important photobook and includes an essay written by Thomas Weski title ‘Even the Queen Gets Wet’.

The Photobook. A History Volume III, The third volume of the Photobook with Gerry Badger., Published by Phaidon.

Martin Parr by Val Williams (updated Retrospective), Phaidon Press, London

Grand Paris, Xavier Barral, Paris, France

 

  • 2013

Black Country Women, Multistory.

Life’s a Beach, Mini Edition, Aperture, New York.
Chinese Photo Book, Aperture, New York.
Non Conformists, published by Aperture, designed by Smith.
Autoportrait.
Bad Weather, Errata Editions.

  • 2012

No Worries: Martin Parr, T&G Publishing and FotoFreo.
The Protest Box, edited by Martin Parr, Steidl.

 

  • 2011

Japan, Martin Parr, Super Labo, Kamakura, Japan.

 

  • 2010

Le Mélange des genres, Martin Parr, Quentin Bajac, Editions Textuel, Paris.
Parr by Parr, Martin Parr, Schilt Publishing, Amsterdam.
The Real World, Union of Lithuanian Art Photographers.
A book of Kings, Third Millennium Information Ltd.
Machu Picchu, Nazraeli Press.
Chinese Wedding Album, Artist Book, Self Published.

 

  • 2009

Everybody Dance Now, editions2wice.
Playas, RM and Chris Root.
Luxury, Chris Boot.
The Last Resort, Dewi Lewis.
Joachim Schmid Is Martin Parr, Schmid / Blurb.
Martin Parr in India, 1984-2009, PHOTOink.

 

  • 2008

Guardian Cities Project, The Guardian.
Correspondence, Brodsky and Parr, AFA Editions.

 

  • 2007

Mexico, Chris Boot.
Signes Des Temps, Textuel.
Luxembourg, Luxembourg and Greater Region.
Fashion Newspaper, Magnum Photos.
Parking Spaces, Chris Boot.
Small World 2007, Demi Lewis.
Martin Parr, Hachette.
Phaidon 55, Martin Parr, Phaidon.
Witness Number Three, Nazraeli Press.
Love Cube : GUN, Artist Book.

 

  • 2006

Italy, Hachette and Contrasto.
Tutta Roma, Contrasto.
Parrjecktive: Mavi Jeans.

 

  • 2005

Fashion Magazine, Magnum Photos, Paris.
Glasgow, AS: John McAslan + Partners.
7 Colonial Still Lifes, book, Nazraeli Press, Portland, USA.
Martin Parr (French School Kids), book, Point de vues, Paris.
Road Trip : Martin Parr and Friends.

 

  • 2004

The Photobook: A History Vol. 1, with Gerry Badger, book, Phaidon.
Stern Portfolio, Stern, Hamburg, Germany.
Saddam Hussein Watches, Chris Boot, London.

 

  • 2003

7 Communist Still Lifes, Nazraeli Press.
Bliss, book, Chris Boot Books.

 

  • 2002

Martin Parr Photoworks, book, Phaidon.
The Phone Book, book, Rocket Press / 20/21 Gallery.
From our House to your House, Dewi Lewis.
Our True Intent is all for Your Delight, book, Chris Boot.
Cruise Memories, Artist Book, Self Published.
Knokke, Frank Bordas.

 

  • 2001

Langweilige postkarten, book, Phaidon.
Flowers, catalogue, Galerie du Jour, Paris.
Cherry Blossom Time in Tokyo, Artist Book, Eyestorm.
Souvenir of Maroc, Artist Book, Self Published.
Boring Oregon Photographs, Artist Book, Self Published.

 

  • 2000

Autoportrait, book, Dewi Lewis.
Think of England, book, Phaidon.
Boring Oregon Photographs, Artist Book, Self Published.
Boring Postcards, book, Phaidon.

 

  • 1999

Flowers, book, Browns, London.
Common Sense, book, Dewi Lewis.
Sguardi Gardesoni, book, Dewi Lewis.
Boring Postcards, book, Phaidon.
Benidorm, catalogue, Sprengel Museum, Hannover, Germany.

 

  • 1998

Japonais Endormis (Japanese Commuters), catalogue, Galerie du Jour.

 

  • 1997

Benidorm, Artist Book, Self Published.
West bay, book, Rocket Press, London.

 

  • 1995

Small World, book, Dewi Lewis Publishing.
British Food, catalogue, Galerie du Jour, Paris.

 

  • 1994

From A to B, books, BBC Books.

 

  • 1993

Bored Couples, catalogue, Galerie du Jour, Paris.
Home and Abroad, book, Jonathan Cape.

 

  • 1992

Signs of the Times, book, Cornerhouse.

 

  • 1989

Day Trip, catalogue, Editions de la Difference, Centre de la Photographie, Nord Pas de Calais, France.
The Cost of Living, book, Cornerhouse.

 

  • 1986

The Last Resort, book, Promenade Press.
The Actual Boot, the Photographic Postcard 1900 - 1920, book Jolly Editorial (with Jack Stasiack).

 

  • 1984

A Fair Day, book, Promenade Press.
Prescot Now and Then, catalogue, Merseyside County Council.

 

  • 1983

Calderdale Photographs, catalogue, Calderdale Council.

 

  • 1982

Bad Weather, book, Zwemmers.

 

  • 1974

Home Sweet Home, Artist Book, Impressions Gallery, York.

 

 

PRIX

 

  • 2008

Photo Espania Award for Photographic achievement.
Japanese Photographic Society, International Award for contribution towards promoting

Japanese photographic book publishing.
Centenary Award, Royal Photographic Society.
Honorary Degree, Manchester Metropolitan University.
Photo Espania lifetime achievement prize.

 

  • 2007

Krasna Kraus book prize for “ Photobook, A History, Vol 1&2” with Gerry Badger.

 

  • 2006

Eric Solomon Award for Photojournalism, Photokina.
Moscow House of Photography, International photography prize.
Honorary Masters degree, University of Creative Arts, Farnham.

 

  • 2005

Honorary FRPS. Royal Photographic Society.

 

  • 2003

Photo Espania book prize for “ Martin Parr, by Val Williams”.

 

  • 1995

Wilkins Photography Prize.

 

  • 1986

3rd Prize European Photography Awards.

 

 

COLLECTIONS PUBLIQUES

 

 

Arts Council of Great Britain.
Union Bank of Finland, Helsinki.
Museum for Fotokunst, Odense, Denmark.
Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
George Eastman House, Rochester.
Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris.
Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.
Calderdale Council, Halifax.
Getty Museum, Malibu.
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
Kodak, France.
Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany.
Seagrams Collection, New York.
Museum of Modern Art, Tempere, Finland.
British Council, London.
Irish Arts Council.
Australian National Gallery.
Paris Audiovisual.
Sprengel Museum, Hannover, Germany.
Yokohama Museum of Art, Japan Tokyo.
Metropolitan Museum of Photography.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.
Tate Modern, London.
National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow.
National Museum of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires.
Archive of Modern Conflict.