THE LAST SHIPS 1975–77
”While I couldn’t help making the photographs of shipbuilding that I made, it was a personal obsession. At the time I didn’t exhibit or show them to anyone as I didn’t want to be thought of as an industrial photographer. I had a sense that all this was not going to last, although I had no idea how soon it would all be gone. I became the photographer of the de-industrial revolution by default, I didn’t set out to be this. It’s what was happening all around me during the time I was photographing.”
— Chris Killip
380 × 289 mm, 28pp, loose-leaf, high-quality tabloid, 100gsm uncoated paper.
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