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Beyond Caring,by Paul Graham

  • Beyond Caring,by Paul Graham
  • Beyond Caring,by Paul Graham
  • Beyond Caring,by Paul Graham
  • Beyond Caring,by Paul Graham

Beyond Caring

Paul Graham

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Produced in the early 1980s in Britain, Beyond Caring shows the interiors of unemployment offices and the large crowds of people waiting for their appointments. The offices, we are told in the essay by David Chandler, had been designed to deal with up to 600,000 people, and they were completely overwhelmed by the millions of people asking for help.
"There is no such thing as society," Margaret Thatcher famously said - a sentiment mirrored across the Atlantic by the American right`s mantra that "œgovernment is the problem." Regardless of whether we agree on these sentiments or not, they have serious consequences, and Beyond Caring shows some of those consequences. It is very interesting that there was so much interesting photography coming out of Britain as a result of its massive economic problems. There might have been a lot of people who did not care, but people like Paul Graham did care. He didn`t get official permission to take photographs in unemployment offices, so he went in anyway, with a camera at hip level or placed on a bench or chair.
Titel Beyond Caring
Author Paul Graham
Signed No
ISBN 0950870315
Language English
Dimensions (cm hxb) 24x29
Book condition Fine
Cover condition Fine
Condition description Name prev. owner on first empty page; else fine; very nice clean copy
Binding Softcover
Edition First edition
Pages 80
Publisher Grey Editions
Publishing date 1986
Publishing place London
Number published No
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