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Martin Parr’s Advice to Documentary Photographers

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Martin Parr Inside the Banksy versus The Bristol City Museum exhibition, Bristol. England. 2009. © Martin Parr | Magnum Photos
Martin Parr GB. England. 'I don't think it's anything particularly forced on Deborah. We've just always enjoyed the same sort of things.' From 'Signs of the Times'. 1991. © Martin Parr | Magnum Photos
Martin Parr O'Connell Bridge. From 'Bad Weather'. Dublin, Ireland. October. 1981. © Martin Parr | Magnum Photos
Jonas Bendiksen Moses’ cap. Moses Hlongwane is known to his thirty or so disciples in South Africa as The King of Kings, The Lord of Lords, or simply: Jesus. God first told Moses he was the Messiah in a dream in 1 (...)
Jonas Bendiksen RUSSIA. Krasnoyarsk Territory. 2016. Vissarion, the Christ of Siberia. In 1988 the man born as Sergei Torop lost his job as a traffic policeman in the Siberian town of Minusinsk. Shortly afterwards (...)
Jonas Bendiksen RUSSIA. Krasnoyarsk Territory. 2015. Temple to Vissarion in the Vissarionite village of Petropavlovka. In 1988 the man born as Sergei Torop lost his job as a traffic policeman in the Siberian town (...)
Jonas Bendiksen RUSSIA. Krasnoyarsk Territory. 2015. Choir hymns on January 14th, the birthday of Vissarion, and what is counted as Christmas in the Vissarionite community. In 1988 the man born as Sergei Torop los (...)
Jonas Bendiksen RUSSIA. Krasnoyarsk Territory. 2015. Disciples of Vissarion at a communal lunch during a Christmas pilgrimage. Christmas for them is January 14th, Vissarion’s birthday. In 1988 the man born as Serg (...)
Jonas Bendiksen INRI Cristo’s disciples rolling him around on the compound grounds on his rolling pedestal. INRI (born Alvaro Theiss) takes his first name from the initials of the inscription the Romans placed on (...)
Jonas Bendiksen GB. Runnymede. 2015. Dolores (David Shaylers transvestite femme persona) speaking to the flock. Paul the apostle writes “nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus”. Today’s (...)