Accompanied by brief text, presents photographs of fifty ordinary, now tranquil, places in the United States where violence has occurred.
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"For Sternfeld, an event marks a place indelibly. His plain, haunting photos-always devoid of people-evoke the bad things that took place in ways people simply cannot. In a world of object fetishism, where things often seem to mean as much as the people who use them, this is the ultimate extension: the place itself as tangible object, as the only living physical reminder of moments in time when horrible things happened. Sternfeld's eye on the world is an unusual one, and well worth exploring."------Associated Press-----"The emptiness of Sternfeld's sites echoes the losses associated with them and also hints at American society's void of some basic solidarity that might make death by violence a much rarer event that it is."------San Francisco Chronicle----------If you like Photography books, check out The Fights, photographs by Charles Hoff, and Jazz, photographs by William Claxton; all published by Chronicle Books.
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Description du livre Chronicle Books, 1997. Paperback. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire P110811814378