Women's Market by Tom Wood. First edition (2018). First impression in new condition, no markings, this is a brand new book. Please see pictures. PayPal accepted, any questions please get in touch.
About Women's Market
Almost every Saturday between 1978 and 1999, photographer Tom Wood travelled from his home in New Brighton by ferry and bus to Great Homer Street market (just outside Liverpool city centre in the North West of England). Wood would spend the morning there photographing the mothers and daughters, kids dressed in matching blue and lilac tracksuits, teenagers chatting away with their curly hair swept up into side-ponies, and grandmothers haggling for of a string of pearl necklaces or a second-hand coat. “I was first introduced to Great Homer Street market in 1975, by a girlfriend with family in Dingle, Liverpool. At that time, I bought two double breasted Worsted wool three piece suits and a three buttoned pin stripe suit with turn ups, for a total of four pounds. I thought, “what a great market!” It was vast then down both sides of the street, but by the time I began to photograph the second-hand clothes had all but disappeared. Yet the market was still crowded with the same mothers and daughters who for generations had frequented “Greatie” - Tom Wood