- ISBN 9780500543658
- 24.00 x 33.00 cm
- 121 Illustrations, 78 in colour
- First published 2009
‘A groundbreaking work that will become a touchstone for contemporary discussions about stillness and time that permeate not just photographic but philosophical discourse ’ – 8PhotoJournalism
'Anarchic and provocative to the last, Killip is a true original and a genuine free thinker.' - The British Journal of Photography
'For some the landscape of postwar photography is unimaginable without his influence …' - Photoworks
This profound and poetic book is the work of a master photographer of our times.
‘Here Comes Everybody’ is a phrase that echoes through James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake. It aptly captures the intense poetry of this new collection, taken over repeated trips to Ireland between 1993 and 2005 on each of which Killip attended the annual pilgrimages at Croagh Patrick and Máméan, places of wild beauty and ancient spirituality.
His poignant photographs are a personal reflection on the contemporary pilgrims’ journey, and are complemented by landscapes, townscapes and details photographed in the west of Ireland and beyond. They include the first colour photographs Chris Killip has ever published.
See the article about Chris Killip and 'Here Comes Everybody' in guardian.co.uk
A limited edition of 300 signed copies with hand-tipped photographs will also be available in June 2009.
Chris Killip is one of the most influential photographers, curators and teachers ever to have come out of the United Kingdom. Today he is Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard University. He has previously published four books of his photographs: Isle of Man and In Flagrante, both with texts by John Berger; 55, text by Gerry Badger; and Pirelli Work, text by Clive Dilnot.