British photographer Martin Parr turns his lens on Oxford University’s lesser-known quirks

//British photographer Martin Parr turns his lens on Oxford University’s lesser-known quirks

British photographer Martin Parr turns his lens on Oxford University’s lesser-known quirks

There’s no doubting the credentials of Britain’s Oxford University.Dating back to 1096, it is one of the oldest universities in the world, with a long list of notable alumni, including 72 Nobel Prize laureates and 160 Olympic medallists. It has also churned out 28 British prime ministers, making it something of a training camp for leadership. Bill Clinton and Aung San Suu Kyi have spent time wandering its halls.As for famous Oxonians in the arts world, there are too many to name. But start with…

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