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The Corinthians: A Kodachrome Slideshow

Price
$50.00
Date
2008
Publisher
Archive of Modern Conflict
Format
Anthologies
Size
20.5 × 21 cm
Length
258 pages
Genre
Photography
Description

With the demise of Kodachrome film in 2009, the colour palette that in many ways defined an era also disappeared. The 200+ Kodachrome slides selected by Ed Jones and Timothy Prus for reproduction in The Corinthians: A Kodachrome Slideshow – a visual commentary on the letters of St Paul – portray the new prosperity of a postwar United States, where TVs, barbecues, big cars and summer vacations take centre stage.

Runner-up for the Historical Book Award at Rencontres d’Arles 2009, and selected by Martin Parr as one of the ten best books of 2009.

  1. The Corinthians
 

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