The Last Resort
If I had to put money on any of this year’s photography books becoming a classic, The Last Resort would be it.’\n David Lee, Arts Review, August 1986.\n\n’Quite why Parr’s normally agreeable sense of humour has been replaced by such a savage, almost disgusted viewpoint, is hard to fathom’ Robert Morris, British Journal of Photography, August 1986\n\nMartin Parr’s classic 1986 book Last Resort remains hugely controversial. Described by some as cruel and voyeuristic, and by others as a stunning satire on the state of Britain, it established him as one of the world’s most influential and admired photographers and revolutionised documentary photography in Britain.
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