For more than 25 years Martin Parr has been taking photographs in Scotland. From the
streets of Glasgow to an island agricultural show in Orkney, Parr has built a huge archive of
Now for the first time these images are to be published in this book to coincide with his
'Think of Scotland' exhibition at the newly opened Aberdeen Art Gallery.
This body of work—Parr’s largest previously unpublished archive—weaves together some of
the expected visual iconography of Scotland, such as highland games and stunning
landscapes, but all with the Parr twist that makes the expected look so unfamiliar.