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After nearly losing his life documenting conflict in Libya, photographer, Guy Martin, turned his attention to a seemingly less dangerous project: documenting on set of Turkish soap operas. After a failed coup against the Turkish government in 2016 and the protests that ensued, Martin began photographing protesters taking part in the demonstrations. Parallel State alternates between images of TV set productions and pictures of street protests, resulting in a multidimensional body of work.
|Publication date:||19th November 2018|
|Categories:||Photographs: collections, Individual photographers, Places & peoples: general & pictorial works,|
Guy Martin is a British documentary photographer who's work has appeared in the Guardian, Sunday Times, The British Journal of Photography, The Wall Street Journal and Time among others. He is a member of Panos photographic agency.More About Guy Martin