Book# 42614

Sramek, Peter

Piercing time: Paris after Marville and Atget, 1865-2012

Ort   Bristol
Verlag   Intellect Ltd.
Jahr   2013
Illustration, Ausstattung   ill.
Medium   Buch
ISBN / ISSN   1783200324; 978-1783200320

 

Text engl. - A rephotography project. - „A project by Peter Sramek that examines documentary photography through juxtaposing contemporary rephotographs of Paris with photos taken by Marville and Atget. Peter Sramek's photographs revisit Parisian views by Charles Marville from 1865-77. The book documents 184 street locations of Paris and will be illustrated with almost 500 images – by Charles Marville (1860s-70s), Eugène Atget (early 1900s) and Peter Sramek (present day). Related historical maps will locate the images accurately. Texts have been written by historians Min K Lee and Shalini Le Gall, as well as Peter Sramek and interviews with Parisians will bring in a contemporary popular view of urban change. Historical images are coming from the Musée Carnavalet with whom Sramek has worked closely and also from the Bibliothèque Historique, Bibliothèque Nationale and MOMA (NYC).“. (Publisher’s text).
45 £ (pb.); 115 £. 178.50 $ (hb.)
Photographie 20. Jahrh. France, Frankreich Stadtansichten, Paris 19. Jahrh. Monographie Marville, Charles 21. Jahrh. Atget, Eugène Min K Lee Le Gall, Shalini 

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