Dorchester days. Ediz. illustrata

Dorchester days Ediz illustrata This is Eugene Richards photographic essay a social document of his home town of Dorchester Massachusetts previously only self published The book includes additional pictures and a text that s

  • Title: Dorchester days. Ediz. illustrata
  • Author: Eugene Richards
  • ISBN: 0714840017
  • Page: 348
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  • This is Eugene Richards 1972 photographic essay, a social document of his home town of Dorchester, Massachusetts, previously only self published The book includes additional pictures and a text that speaks of racial tension, violence, poverty and crime, tackling such subjects as the Klu Klux Klan in a way that he did not feel able to at the time of the original publication On the basis of Dorchester Days , Richards became a member of Magnum Photos in 1978, leaving to work independently in 1994 His style has set the standard for leading photojournalists such as James Nachtwey and Gilles Peress.

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    1 thought on “Dorchester days. Ediz. illustrata”

    1. Buono il prodotto è arrivato intero ben imballato ed il servizio ha rispettato i tempi previsti. Buon venditore lo consiglio.

    2. I just received this book today & have spent the afternoon pouring over the unvarnished photographs of my hometown. I was born & raised in Dorchester (1963-1995) & am proud if it. This is not a happy stroll down memory lane for us OFDers. It is an all to accurate & realistic depiction of the turmoil & upheaval that residents of Dorchester experienced starting in the late 60’s/early 70’s. These are the real memories not the candy coated depictions of big families dressed up in their Sunda [...]

    3. I have to second B. D. Colen's excellent review. I have a special fondness for this book. I discovered it as a high school student a few years after it was published in 1978. It influenced my photographic seeing. I have one of the original 2,000 printings along with a personal letter from Richards. I also purchased this new edition. It contains photos not in the original book and expands on the text. The new images bring home the racial tensions in Boston at that time. If you are into documentar [...]

    4. Eugene Richards is arguably America's greatest living social documentary photographer, and "Dorchester Days" is his photographic portrait of the blue collar Boston neighborhood in which he came of age.Originally self-published and printed on a press intended for canning lables, this Phaidon reissue and update of this classic does real justice to Richard's stunning in-your-face documentary style. In addition to including all the original photos and text, this new addition includes photos Richards [...]

    5. Before studying photographs, I did not realize why he has been so highly evaluated, though I felt every his photograph is so strong. But now I really understand his unique vision attracts the viewer. I cannot believe this high quality book was originaly self-published book. His view to see the world is what has not seen. The photographs tell he had close relationships with the subject. So, it is not difficult for the viewer to relate them to the subject. I wish I were the camera he holds

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