Marc Vallée: Documenting Dylan
Documenting Dylan follows the life of a young skateboarder.
Marc Vallée is best known for exploring the tension between public and private space in the context of contemporary youth culture. His work is visually polemic and rejects the notion of impartiality. Graffiti, defensible architecture, skateboarding and political dissent are just some of the subjects he has documented over a career of more then twenty years.
Marc’s pictures, zines and books have been published and exhibited worldwide. Both Tate Britain in London, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City hold his work in its library collections as well as the Martin Parr Foundation collection.
Self-Published by Marc Vallée in July 2013
24 pages, A5, printed and stapled.
Edition of 50 copies.
Printed on FSC certified paper stock which is chlorine free.
21 x 14.8 cm