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West Street

Price
$40.00
Date
2010
Publisher
self-published
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
Description

West Street is an accordion fold artist’s book that combines Emily Roysdon’s recent photographic work with images from the estate of Alvin Baltrop. The setting for both sets of photographs is the deteriorating industrial architecture of the Hudson River piers. Roysdon views this book as part of her ongoing interest in the cultural history of the piers and an opportunity to reflect on Baltrop’s spectacular, and unheralded oeuvre of photographs. Along with the collection of folding images, the book contains a text by Roysdon as an extended meditation on these ideas that reverberate through the photographic pairing and the historic context of the Baltrop works.

limited edition of 400

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