Anna Fox has been active as a photographer since 1986. Her work first came to critical attention with Workstations (1986-1988), a chronicle of London office life in the Thatcher years. These photographs, which described the strange comedy and ritual of everyday life in the workplace, marked Fox out as a teller of stories, an observer of gesture and expression and a wry satirist of our various vanities.
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Published in Photoworks Issue 5, 2005
Commissioned by Photoworks