By Phillip Prodger
With an appreciation by Sofia Coppola
This exhibition book features a variety of images of the people Eggleston has encountered during his long career. Some of the images are familiar, many of them previously unseen, all of them distinctively Eggleston. This book also includes a new interview with the photographer that provides a fresh perspective on one of the medium’s most influential practitioners.
Phillip Prodger is Head of Photographs at the National Portrait Gallery, London. The author or editor of numerous books and catalogues, he previously held curatorial appointments in the United States and Canada. His recent books include E.O. Hoppé: The German Work (2015), Man Ray | Lee Miller, Partners in Surrealism (2011), Ernst Haas: Color Correction (2010), Paul Outerbridge: New Color Photographs from Mexico and California (2009) and Darwin’s Camera (2009).
Available to buy in Gallery shops or online at npgshop.org.uk
184 pages, 120+ illustrations
RRP £29.95, hardback
Limited Edition Catalogue
250 special edition copies of the exhibition catalogue with a cloth clamshell box cover, signed by the photographer, are now available from Gallery shops and online.
A range of prints, records, homeware and accessories inspired by the photographs of William Eggleston is now available. Developed in collaboration with Pop Boutique, discover one-of-a-kind vintage 70s products in the Gallery’s shops.