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Bob Mazzer

With a Foreword by Will Self
Bob Mazzer received his first camera, an Ilford Sporty, as a bar mitzvah gift in 1963. Since then, he has amassed an iconic body of work, documenting the people and places that surround him with humor and humanity. Mazzer’s photographs from his daily commute on the London Underground, spanning more forty-five years and exhibited in his influential Underground series, established him as one of the key documenters of London life in the twenty-first century. In street photography that is striking and unexpectedly personal, his work captures the ups and downs of everyday life. 

Bob Mazzer immortalizes the photographer’s hippie life in Wales, loving life in France, expanding life in the United States, local life in Hastings, and of course, Londoner life, including his famous London Underground images. The one hundred black-and-white and color photographs housed in this collection are a compact summary of Bob Mazzer’s work since the 1960s and an extraordinary document of social history.  

128 pages | 120 color plates | 6 1/2 x 8 1/4 | © 2019

Art: Photography


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Reviews

"Stunning archive photos document the lives of Britain's eccentric characters from the 1970s to the present day. . . . The pictures are an enlightening insight into everyday life in Britain during a period plentiful in radical change."

The Sun

"Mazzer captures everyday British folk in all their glory. . . . By turns sexy, funny, sad and scary."

Daily Mail

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