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The Wedding: New Pictures from the Continuing "Living Room" Series

by Irvine Welsh

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Nick Waplington published his first collection of photos, Living Room, documenting life in a housing project in Nottingham, England, in 1991. The Wedding a second collection of photos from Nottingham, takes the marriage of Janet and Clive as a loose organizing principle. In months of work, Waplington captured the sometimes disheveled existence of working men and women who revel in the difficult lives they lead. Whether they capture children scrambling over furniture or neighbors enjoying a beer and a smoke together, these photographs convey with great intimacy the telling details of lives that are rich with tumultuous emotions and deep friendships.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:26:08 -0400)

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