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Emblematic photographer of the 20th and 21st century, Martin Parr amazes experts and amateurs with his keen gaze on reality. This outstanding observer, member of the Magnum agency, plays food influencers ahead of time by photographing meals because "we are what we eat".
From street food to palace food, including family one, food is seen in all its forms by one of the most precise photographers in the world. Presented with an essay by Fergus Henderson, chef at St John's restaurant in London, Real Food serves as a book that is both fun and sociological.