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Sergio Larrain, Londres, 1959

  • Atelier EXB (publisher)
  • September, 2020 (date of publication)
  • ISBN 978-2-36511-273-4
  • 176 pages
  • 39 euros

A member of the Magnum agency, Sergio Larrain only went to London once in the late 1950s, at a time when the country was in the throes of deep social and cultural transformation. From this journey, the photographer brought back a series of images that offer an extraordinarily powerful vision of the city, at once deeply rooted in its traditions but also open to the modernity of the post-war period. He reveals, through his lens, the signs of the emergence of a new London society, in its streets, parks, pubs, and clubs, capturing the class divisions, the burgeoning fashions of its youth, the everyday life of Londoners entering a new decade: the sixties.

Photographs
Sergio Larrain

Texts
Agnès Sire, Artistic director of the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, Paris
Roberto Bolaño

 

 

Bound

18,5 x 24,5 cm

Around 80 photographs

176 pages

 

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