This special edition of Hotshoe presents the work of Chris Killip.
Throughout a career spanning more than 30 years, Chris Killip made some of the most striking images of life in the British Isles as a response to the social situations resulting from deindustrialisation, and in the process created what Martin Parr referred to as “a different way of looking”.
With the help of his son Matthew Killip, and his widow Mary Halpenny, Hotshoe have put together a collection of portfolios, including previously unpublished images, alongside Chris’s own words, as well as personal accounts from photographers who were influenced by his work, including Martin Parr, Gregory Halpern, Sage Sohier, and Mark Steinmetz.
Hotshoe International, 2021
h230 x w165 mm
134 b&w photographs
11 colour photographs
Text by Graham Smith
Edited by Melissa DeWitt
Hotshoe Chris Killip Issue 206 2021 Hotshoe International
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