Liverpool 1973–1989 - Mike Abrahams

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Liverpool 1973–1989 - Mike Abrahams - Café Royal Books

Based in London Mike Abrahams has worked as a photographer for 40 years having been renowned for his sensitive eye in documenting the lives of ordinary people often in extraordinary situations. He was a cofounder of Network Photographers and his work has taken him around the world. His photographs have been published internationally in newspapers and magazines. 

  • 36 pages
  • printed in the UK
  • staple bound
  • 14cm x 20cm

About Café Royal Books:

"Café Royal Books is the idea of Craig Atkinson, an artist and lecturer. Our first title was published in 2005.

Craig wanted to create a way to make artwork accessible to a wider audience. The solution needed to be small, functional, open to collaboration, affordable, and work independently of galleries. These ideas remain at the heart of what we do.

We’re a small family-run publisher based in England, next to the woodland, dunes, and windswept beaches of the North West coast — we’re always inspired by the vastness, calm and energy of this environment. 

We make weekly publications, focussing on documentary photography linked to Britain and Ireland, printed and bound locally by a small 170 year old printing company. Libraries and museums around the world collect the books, so the work will remain preserved and accessible for many years. Our books don’t need batteries, or screens. We hope they will be used, create conversation and be passed down through family generations."

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