Occupied Spaces is a series of the interiors of the tents set up by the "Occupy" movement next to the St Paul Cathedral in London in October 2011.
We are offering here the 2014 reprint of this book (initially published in 2012), which was produced following the inclusion of the book in "The Photobook: A History volume III" by Martin Parr & Gerry Badger.
24 pages - Softcover
Here Press, 2014 (100 copies)
New - WARNING: Our last copies have a small defect to one corner (bump/crease)
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