The Maze

Donovan Wylie

Published: 25 March 2004
Hardback, Other
288x236mm, 144 pages
ISBN: 9781862076846
£30.00

Overview

For nearly thirty years, the Maze Prison, ten miles outside Belfast, played a unique role in Northern Ireland's Troubles. With text by Louise Purbrick, Senior Lecturer in History and Design at Brighton University, and a timeline history of the prison and its prisoners as they relate to the history of the Troubles, this book of photographs documents the physical structure of the Maze Prison and gives the viewer some experience of the psychological impact of being inside the Maze. This book records and preserves a unique physical structure that has played an important role in our recent history.


About the author

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Donovan Wylie was born in Belfast in 1971. He is a photographer and film-maker. His books include 32 Countries, Losing Ground and The Maze. He was the youngest ever full member of the Magnum photographic agency (joining aged twenty-six), and in 2010 was shortlisted for the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. More about the author





 
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