These photographs show us a paradox: how fluorescent safety-clothing, which is intended to make workers in potentially dangerous occupations conspicuous, can make its wearers invisible. They are the latest series by a photographer with a sustained interest in the way cities work. Here he shows us the invisible people who ensure that London and its suburbs function. It is as if the metropolis is a complicated clock which no one ever sees – or rather notices – being wound up.
Mark Haworth-Booth

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Nobody 2005
64 pp, hardback
30 colour photographs
300 x 255 mm Landscape format
Edition of 1000

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