'arguably Britain’s greatest living photographer' 
The Telegraph

The Hepworth Wakefield is delighted to announce a new commission and major survey exhibition by British photographer Martin Parr.

The Rhubarb Triangle & Other Stories opens to the public on 4 February 2016 - 12 June 2016 and will be the largest Martin Parr exhibition in the UK since his Barbican retrospective in 2002, comprising more than 300 photographs that span the past 40 years. 

A comprehensive overview of Parr’s work will be on display, from early Yorkshire-based black and white photographs of rural communities to his recent international examinations of consumerism. Drawing on the implicit themes of labour and leisure present in the new Rhubarb Triangle commission, the exhibition brings together photographs from multiple series and commissions to address contemporary global networks of industry and consumption. Key series to be exhibited include: The Non-Conformists, 1975-80; The Last Resort, 1983-85; The Cost of Living, 1989; Autoportrait, 1991-2012 and Common Sense, 1995-99.

http://www.hepworthwakefield.org/martin-parr/

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