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Stuart Clarke is the Henri Cartier-Bresson of football, capturing the mood—both poetic and comic—from unguarded moments of everyday football lives.
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e Henri Cartier-Bresson of football, capturing the mood -- both poetic and comic -- from unguarded moments of everyday football lives.About the Author:
Since creating a full-size football pitch behind his house at the age of eight, Stuart Clarke has had a passion for the game and the spaces in which it is played. What started as a project for the Football Trust, chronicling the changing face of the game post-Hillsborough, has turned into a full-time life's work. The Homes of Football is now a permanent exhibition in Ambleside and it is also currently on show at FA Headquarters in Soho Square. The archive comprises more than 60,000 images. Stuart's pictures are taken with a box-brownie-style Bronica using a standard lens and no filters or special effects.
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Book Description Random House UK, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M009188571X
Book Description Random House UK, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. illustrated edition. Seller Inventory # DADAX009188571X