EDWARD THOMPSON /
PHOTOGRAPHER 







NEW PHOTO BOOK: 


In-A-Gadda-Da-England (April 2022)

Only 84 copies left

Containing 20 years of documentary photographs by photographer Edward Thompson In-A-Gadda-Da-England is a fever dream of the recent past. Certain themes reveal themselves within the book, many of which were catalysts for Brexit: nostalgia, the rise of nationalism, the bizarre, protest, moments of serendipity with strangers and the sublime of the everyday.

Foreword: Diane Smyth
Conversation: David Campany

Offset printed
Hardback cover
Debossed photograph and gold foil text
296mm x 296mm
124 pages
500 copies

U.K only. Email for International. £35. 




Signed Book + Work Prints

Buy a signed copy of the book with two small 5 x 7 inch photographic work prints used in the design and edit of the book. U.K only. Email for International. £50.





If you’d like to look at In-A-Gadda-Da-England before buying a copy it is available in the following bookshops:

U.K
Tate Modern
Tate Britain

The Margate Bookshop
Donlon Books
Side Gallery
The Photographers Gallery

U.S.A
Photo-Eye (New Mexico)

SPAIN
Dispara 

GERMANY
Bildband

HUNGARY
ISBN

BOOK PRESS
Another Magazine
The Guardian
The British Journal of Photography
World Photo Organisation

Telex


Edward Thompson’s ‘In-a-Gadda-da-England’ is a complicated nightmare of a book. A distant descendant of Bill Brandt’s ’The English at Home’, 1936. A place and a culture stuck in class ritual, fearful, anxious, and surreal.

David Campany
Curator / Writer


It feels like a lot of what you might call the British documentary scene is mostly interested in just repeating the work people were doing sixty or more years ago. If you're interested in a fresh, sad take on Brexit Britain, I highly recommend this new book.

Lewis Bush
Photographer / Writer


Looking through In-A-Gadda-Da-England by Edward Thompson and as a photographic survey of the UK over the last 10 or so years I'm loving it. Beautifully observed and studied situations, quality photographs that include the poignant, quirky and absurd. Thoroughly recommend.

Andy Greenacre
Director of Photography, The Telegraph Magazine







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