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The book is good plus with shelfwear, a 1 1/2" and 2 1/2 tear to the front cover, smaller tears near the margin of the first part of the book, a couple of scuffs . Looking for Love: Chelsea Reach Paperback – June, 1989. by. Tom Wood (Author).
The book is good plus with shelfwear, a 1 1/2" and 2 1/2 tear to the front cover, smaller tears near the margin of the first part of the book, a couple of scuffs to the spine and lightly bumped corners. A nice example of a very scarce book.
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The pictures in Wood's first book and most famous series, Looking For Love (1989), show people up close and personal at the Chelsea Reach disco pub in New Brighton, Merseyside, where he photographed regularly between 1982 and 1985. This was followed by All Zones Off Peak (1998), which is described in The Photobook: A History vol. 2. All Zones Off Peak includes photographs from 18 years of riding the buses of Liverpool during his 1978 to 1996 'bus odyssey'-the images selected from about 100,000 negatives
Photographer Adrienne Salinger’s iconic 1995 book ‘In My Room: Teenagers in Their Bedrooms’ is presently enjoying a digital second life. We catch up with her to find out why.
Photographer Adrienne Salinger’s iconic 1995 book ‘In My Room: Teenagers in Their Bedrooms’ is presently enjoying a digital second life. Teenagers in Their Bedrooms, Adrienne Salinger In artist Adrienne Salinger wanted to depict the authentic lives of young people in America - a contrast to the perfect Beverly Hills.
Nightclub "Chelsea reach" by Tom Wood, England '1984. Tags: 1980's, photo essay, portrait. Current price10 LJ Tokens.
Well, for photographer Tom Wood it seems that 40 years is about right. Some were of course shorter term projects, for example his insightful pictures of the Chelsea Reach nightclub which featured in his 1989 book Looking for Love. Men and women is a new show at the Photographers' Gallery in London which brings together Wood's pictures of the everyday lives of the people of Liverpool and Merseyside between 1973 and the start of this century. Wood's method of working was simple. An outstanding piece of work that captures a generation coming of age, each picture a visual delight. Other books followed, All Zones Off Peak in 1998 and Photieman in 2005.
Tom Wood, Untitled II, from The Chelsea Reach, England, c. Looking for Love - Tom Wood - Tom Wood, Looking for Love, Comerhouse, Manchester, 1989. Explore the acclaimed photographer’s photographs of working class Merseyside in the late to the early. A Slow Grope In 1980s New Brighton – Sticky Nights At The Chelsea Reach. These Photographers Captured the Renegade Youth of Skate Culture.
1. Looking for Love: Chelsea Reach. Wood, Tom. Published by Cornerhouse Publications (1989)
1. Published by Cornerhouse Publications (1989). ISBN 10: 0948797452 ISBN 13: 9780948797453.
There are three areas to the exhibition, Rainhill hospital, Cammell Laird Shipyard and ChelseaReach nightcub. He photographed in the Chelsea Reach nightclub for a number of years before producing the book " Looking for Love ".