FLOCK (*signed*)

@ Grant, Ken



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The second book by Artist Photo Books (after Paul Seawright's Volunteer), Flock or F L O C K is the documentary work of Ken Grant, shot over a period of several years, about the weekly livestock market in Hereford, England.

Everything is shot as if you were part of this event, each image puts you right in the middle of it: the poultry, the cattle, the crowd, the auctions, the gatherings of old friends, etc.
Great photography about a social and economical event that may appear as from the past, where it is true that most of the people have grey hair, but that the artist renders in photographs full of energy and life...

Copies signed by the artist !

Approx. 100 pages - Hardcover, no DJ

Artist PhotoBooks, 2014


New - Mint condition

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