Marilyn Stafford: A Life in Photography (International sales)


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Bluecoat Press,October 2021
B/W and colour 270 x 290mm landscape + 228pp
This retrospective work of US born photographer Marilyn Stafford, encompasses a wide selection of photographs from her international archive spanning five decades from 1948-1983.


A Life in Photography covers Paris & London fashion; celebrities of the day including Edith Piaf, Albert Einstein, Albert Finney, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Joanna Lumley; activists in Rome including Francesca Serio, the first woman to take the mafia to trial for murdering her son; Lebanon in the 1960s during a time of peace; Indira Gandhi, the only woman Prime Minister of India on tour following the Indo-Pakistani War and the Aftermath of the related Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971.

Compiled and edited by Nina Emett, assisted by Marilyn’s daughter Lina Clerke, this book is semi-autobiographical, with a strong personal narrative throughout. It is intended to be a reflective and engaging look at a period of 20th century history through her unique gaze.