Mark Steinmetz: South East (Nazraeli Press,2008)

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Black & White, Contemporary, Photobook
 
Designed as a companion book to his critically-acclaimed monograph South Central, Mark Steinmetz here turns his focus to Athens and Atlanta, New Orleans, Memphis and East Tennessee, and the roads between.

 
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“The three books I did with Nazraeli – South Central, South East, and Greater Atlanta – have titles that perhaps makes them sound like they could be phone directories. The titles are more abstract than informative or useful. South Central isn’t quite a point on the compass but more a name for a region that a bureaucrat might make up. Many of the people photographed in the books are on the move and it’s not clear where they are going or where they are from. Many of the photos could be from anywhere in America.” Mark Steinmetz (http://www.americansuburbx.com/2011/07/interview-mark-steinmetz-2011.html)

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Please note: All images and texts are protected by Copyright and belong to the Artist.
 
Artist: http://www.marksteinmetz.net/books/
 
Publisher: http://www.nazraeli.com/
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