Image size 17.3 x 21.6 inches. Framed dimensions 27 x 33 inches
Fox's Work Stations was published in 1988. This series, more than any other, established the artist's reputation as one of the most exciting young British artists.
Colour photographs with text captions. A study of London office life in the late 80's, a critical observation of the highly competitive character of working life in Thatcher's Britain this work extends Fox's earlier interest in working with text and image.
Work Stations was commissioned by Camerawork and The Museum of London in 1987. A book, Anna Fox. Work Stations, was published by Camerawork in 1988 with an essay by Sunil Gupta.
Exhibition print from Tate Britain's important exhibition of British Photography, "How We Are. Photographing Britain", 2007.