Martin Parr's Ireland: From the pope to a flat white

He’s best known as a perceptive chronicler of British society, but Martin Parr has also been documenting Ireland and its people for more than 40 years. As the exhibition "Martin Parr's Ireland" goes on show at the Irish Cultural Centre in Paris, the photographer sits down with us to discuss Morris Minors, Catholicism and the Celtic Tiger. We also talk about his pioneering and somewhat prophetic series from the 1980s, "The Last Resort" and "The Cost of Living". Plus we find out more about the occasionally fatal fashion for taking selfies.

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