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125TH: TIME IN HARLEM -- ISAAC DIGGS & EDWARD HILLEL. IDEH, New York, 2014. Published in association with Post Editions, Rotterdam. Distributed in the U.S.A. by Ram Publications, Santa Monica. 116 pp. with 72 col. ills. and 68 col. reference ills. 28 x 31 cm. LC 2013-919789 ISBN 9780991092604 In English.
Publisher's description: 125th: Time in Harlem examines Harlem's paradox of place: the tension between the everyday reality of its streets and the cultural brand it has established in our collective imagination. Through the collaboration of photographers Isaac Diggs, a professor at the School of Visual Arts, and Edward Hillel, founder of the Harlem Biennial, the multidimensional project took flight. Rich, large-format color photographs weave through essays by Vicki Goldberg and historian Jonathan Gill, telling a story of a place and a moment in the history of this iconic African American community. As photography critic and curator Goldberg writes of the project, "Two men with a camera, thoughtfully observing the visual cacophony of one major thoroughfare and the complicated interplay of its history." A limited edition of 1,000; each copy signed by the artists.
Artist(s):Diggs, Isaac; Hillel, Edward
Indexing: Western — United States, Northeast — Post-2000 — Photography — African American Artists
Plans: 73
Worldwide Number: 159793
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