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Martin Parr in conversation

Tuesday 19 November 2013, 19.45–21.15
IMAX Theatre

Martin Parr reflects on the profound influence Tony Ray-Jones’s practice has had on his work and their shared interest in documenting English social ritual and behaviour, with Kate Fox, social anthropologist and author of Watching the English, and Sean O’Hagan, writer on art, culture and photography for the Guardian and Observer. 

Please arrive at the Science Museum Groups Entrance on Imperial College Road.
Entry from 19.15, event starts at 19.45.
Allow 10 minutes to walk from the Groups Entrance to the IMAX Theatre.

Odeon Cinema, Halifax, 1977 by Martin Parr © Martin Parr/Magnum

Watch a video of this event as Martin Parr reflects on the profound influence Tony Ray-Jones's practice has had on his work and their shared interest in documenting English social ritual and behaviour, with Kate Fox, social anthropologist and author of Watching the English, and Sean O'Hagan, writer on art, culture and photography for the Guardian and Observer.

Martin Parr in conversation

Martin Parr discusses Tony Ray-Jones and their shared interest in English social ritual and behaviour
Floor: G
Price: Sold out