The Non-Conformists is Martin Parr’s first major body of work, which he created over a period of five years in the 1970s. While living in Hebden Bridge, a small town in West Yorkshire, Northern England, Martin Parr documented community life, with a focus on aspects of traditional life that were beginning to decline. This included a year in the life of a small Methodist chapel and local farming communities.
This photobook is the first time The Non-Conformists has been produced in book form, published by Aperture in 2013. This is the second printing of the first edition.
h238 x w203 mm
90 b&w photographs
Aperture, 2013 Martin Parr The Non-Conformists Non Conformists
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