Who is she?
Anna Fox (born 1961) is a British photographer. She studied at Farnham, Surrey, and first came to attention with her 1988 documentary study of London office life on the mid-1980s, Work Stations: Office Life in London, published by the left-wing Camerawork.
Between 2001 & 2003 she published four monographs in her “Made in” series: Made in Milton Keynes, Made in Kansas, Made in Gothenburg and Made in Florence.
Fox is perhaps best known for her Zwarte Piet series (1993-8, published as the book Zwarte Piet 1999), which documents ‘black face’ folk culture traditions in The Netherlands. She currently works as head of photography at The University for the Creative Arts at Farnham.