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March 4, 2017 AT 4:00 am

Emmanuel Georges’ America Rewind is a Photographic Quest for the American Dream #celebratephotography

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From hatjecantz.de/emmanuel-georges via Creative Boom:

Traveling across the United States, the French photographer Emmanuel Georges went in search of the American dream. Using a large-format camera and a documentary-style approach, he captured the reality of America encountered during his journey. At the same time, his photographs reveal a finely tuned understanding of the poetry unique to these places. The result is a kind of photographic road trip of more than twenty thousand kilometers: from the former capital of the automobile industry, Detroit, to Butte, Montana, once a mining city and now half-deserted; through the Rust Belt from Pennsylvania to Arkansas, formerly flourishing cities tell the story of the disappearance of an economic boom long gone.

Read more on Creative Boom, hatjecantz.de/emmanuel-georges or on Emmanuel Georges’ site


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