Steelworks Consett, from Steel to Tortilla Chips

Julian Germain


Publisher/Why Not Publishing

Format/ソフトカバー   Pages/96   Size/225*300*10
A collection of photographs by British photographer Julian Germain 'Steel Works'. German who has studied several photographs at the Royal College of Art in London and has been working on projects for a relatively long time since the 90's. A unique photo book “In Soccer Wonderland” that combines the vision of a football fan into a scrapbook form through “Photos” and “Soccer”, which is passionate about themselves A documentary photo collection that spells the life of The book is set in northeastern England and is set in Durham, a city known as the steel town with a 140-year history. The steel mill closed in 1980, and German shot at the same site from 1986 to 1990, documenting the state of the city that has lost industry. In contrast, in the first half of the book, this is a book about the way of industry and society, such as using Tommy Harris's photo taken with a local newspaper as a record of the area prospered with steel.
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Body: Cover small thread, small scratch and small seal mark, marginal small damage, others same age