Open bound pb. with dust jacket, approx. 22 x 24 x 1 cm., 56 pp., 8 b/w & color ills., text language: English, Ltd. to 400 copies
25,00 € *
In the photo book 'Ruins of Detroit', photographers Yves MARCHAND & Romain MEFFRE use structures that were once a source of civic pride to show the decline of the auto city of Detroit, which was harder hit economically than any other major American city.
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In 'A,' Gregory HALPERN takes us on a ramble through the Rust Belt.... The cities he is drawn to - Baltimore, Cincinnati, Omaha, Detroit - have a similar history to his hometown, and in this post-apocalyptic spring, all forms of life emerge and run riot.
398,00 € Weight 1 kg
Out-of-print photo book 'Aftermath' by Jörn VANHÖFEN captures rapidly changing places in a peculiarly poetic way: the Chicago Stock Exchange, Cape Town's townships, forest fires in Puglia, Detroit's abandoned factories and the scrap yard in the Ruhr area.
58,00 € *
The volume 'Labor Anonymous' is the first to dedicate itself to a series that Walker EVANS published in a magazine under the same title in 1946: Passers-by, mostly workers, in Detroit - photographed in the 'documentary' style typical of this photographer.
from 32,00 € Weight 1.1 kg
The self-published volume 'Woodward' by Christian KASNERS deals with one of the five major avenues in Detroit. Through the sequence of images, the changing social and economic conditions of the largest U.S. city on the US-Canada border, are conveyed.
48,00 € * Weight 0.9 kg