Social documentaries amid this pist Mark Borthwick
Onestar Press, 2002 | Edition of 250, numbered
Softcover, 242 pages, 140 x 225 mm
“A social documentary. An appropriation of distinctions between elements. Grey area. An essay in images that repeat themselves. An apparent way to dilute the importance of one over another.” -M.B.
Mark Borthwick's minimal but colour saturated aesthetic broke through the conventions of fashion photography and he went on to become one of the 90’s most influential and defining photographers, shooting for then fledgling magazines such as Purple, Self Service and AnOther as well as collaborating on campaigns including Comme Des Garçons, Martin Margiela and Yohji Yamamoto.