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Twentysix Viennese Gasoline Stations

Stefan Oláh
Roma Publications
Artists' Books
17 × 22.5 × 1 cm

Publication about Viennese gas stations by art historian Sebastian Hackenschmidt and photographer Stefan Oláh. While the typical American gas station has long since spread world-wide, its Viennese counterpart testifies to the survival of a distinct and tender European metropolitan variety which nestles up against apartment buildings, occupies the small gaps between buildings, hides in courtyards or positions its pumps somewhere on the curbstone. Second and extended edition. Designed by Roger Willems.

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