Paul Graham: Beyond Caring (Books on Books #9, 2011)

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Classic, Color, Photobook
Originally published in 1986, Beyond Caring is now regarded as one of the key works from Britain’s wave of ‘New Colour’ photography. It was re-published by Errata Editions in 2011 and includes essays by David Chandler and Jeffrey Ladd.

 
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“Beyond Caring” © Paul Graham, Errata Editions, 2011


 
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“While commissioned to present his view of “Britain in 1984,” Graham turned his attention towards the waiting rooms, queues and poor conditions of overburdened Social Security and Unemployment offices across the United Kingdom. Photographing surreptitiously, his camera is both witness and protagonist within a bureaucratic system that speaks to the humiliation and indignity aimed towards the most vulnerable end of society.” (http://www.errataeditions.com/)

 

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“Beyond Caring” © Paul Graham, Errata Editions, 2011


 
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“Beyond Caring” © Paul Graham, Errata Editions, 2011


 
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“Beyond Caring” © Paul Graham, Errata Editions, 2011


 
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“Beyond Caring” © Paul Graham, Errata Editions, 2011


 
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“Beyond Caring” © Paul Graham, Errata Editions, 2011


 
Please note: All images and texts are protected by Copyright and belong to the Artist.
 
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Artist: http://www.paulgrahamarchive.com/
 
Publisher: http://www.errataeditions.com/
 
Video: http://www.tate.org.uk/context-comment/video/paul-graham-cruel-and-tender (Tate Modern)
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