Mörel Books, 2015 First edition Hardcover, 96 pages, 225 x 320 mm Condition: Very Good, one bumped corner
As a student, photographer Chris Shaw felt alienated at art college, unable to relate to other students from privileged backgrounds. In 1987, he found refuge on the Sandy Hill housing estate near Aldershot, Britain, where he began taking pictures of the people who lived there.
“[...]Over the next three years I gave people photo prints which led to more pictures - the camera was an excuse really. I liked talking to ‘normal’ people. Obviously they were obsessed with cars and bikes - they were ‘normal’ to me."
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