Work Stations, Company producing fashion accessories, Wembley (11)

Anna Fox

Work Stations, Company producing fashion accessories, Wembley (11)

Matt light jet print archival

54.61 x 60.96 cms (21.46 x 23.96 ins)

1988

HC 6404

Provenance

Acquired directly from the artist

From the edition of 5

Captioned with the following artist's text:

'There is nothing wrong with avarice as a motive, as long as it dosen't lead to dishonest or antisocial conduct'. Business 1986

Anna Fox first gained attention for Work Stations: Office Life in London (1988), a study of office culture in Thatcher's Britain, originally commissioned by Camerawork and The Museum of London. Her projects have led her to the back alleys and underworlds of Britain, capturing tacit traditions and the 'behind-the-scenes' of those we think we know and has led her to become one of the most acclaimed British photographers of the last twenty-five years.

Anna Fox

Work Stations, Company producing fashion accessories, Wembley (11)

Matt light jet print archival

54.61 x 60.96 cms (21.46 x 23.96 ins)

1988

HC 6404

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