Anna Fox, emerging as one of the most exciting color documentary photographers of the period. Influenced by the emergence of a new British documentary tradition – the wave of new colorists such as Paul Graham and Martin Parr – her fascinating study of the bizarre and the ordinariness in daily life in Britain life resulted in a combination of social observation with highly personal diary projects. In her recent work, Anna Fox continues to explore stereotypes that have become entrenched in lifestyle magazines, that underscore contemporary aspirations, both British in specific, and by example in today’s ubiquitous consumer-driven world.
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