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Between 1888 and 1927 Eugène Atget meticulously photographed Paris and its environs, capturing in thousands of photographs the city's parks, streets, and buildings as well as its diverse inhabitants. His images preserved the vanishing architecture of the ancien régime as Paris grew into a modern capital and established Atget as one of the twentieth century's greatest and most revered photographers.

Christopher Rauschenberg spent a year in the late '90s revisiting and rephotographing many of Atget's same locations. Paris Changing features seventy-four pairs of images beautifully reproduced in duotone. By meticulously replicating the emotional as well as aesthetic qualities of Atget's images, Rauschenberg vividly captures both the changes the city has under-gone and its enduring beauty. His work is both an homage to his predecessor and an artistic study of Paris in its own right. Each site is indicated on a map of the city, inviting readers to follow in the steps of Atget and Rauschenberg themselves. Essays by Clark Worswick and Alison Nordstrom give insight into Atget's life and situate Rauschenberg's work in the context of other rephotography projects. The book concludes with an epilogue by Rosamond Bernier as well as a portfolio of other images of contemporary Paris by Rauschenberg.

If a trip to the city of lights is not in your immediate future, this luscious portrait of Paris then and now is definitely the next best thing.

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Between 1888 and 1927 Eug??ne Atget meticulously photographed Paris and its environments, capturing in thousands of photographs the city??'s parks, streets, and buildings as well as its diverse inhabitants. Christopher Rauschenberg spent a year in the late 90s revisiting and re-photographing many of Atget??'s locations. Paris Changing features seventy-four pairs of images beautifully reproduced in duotone. Each site is indicated on a map of the city, inviting readers to follow in the steps of Atget and Rauschenberg themselves. The book concludes with essays by Clark Worswick and Alison Nordstrom, an epilogue by Rosamond Bernier as well as a portfolio of other images of contemporary Paris by Rauschenberg.

About the Author

Oregon-based photographer Christopher Rauschenberg, the son of artist Robert Rauschenberg, is a founding member of the Blue Sky Photographers' Collective and Gallery. His work has been exhibited widely.

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ISBN:
9781568986807
Author:
Rauschenberg, Christopher
Publisher:
Princeton Architectural Press
Summary:
Nordstrom, Alison
Summary:
Worswick, Clark
Essay by:
Worswick, Clark
Essay by:
Nordstrom, Alison
Essay:
Nordstrom, Alison
Essay:
Worswick, Clark
Author:
Nordstrom, Alison
Author:
Worswick, Clark
Author:
Bernier, Rosamond
Subject:
General
Subject:
Photography, Artistic
Subject:
Collections, Catalogs, Exhibitions
Subject:
Atget, Eugene
Subject:
Subjects & Themes - Travel - General
Subject:
Subjects & Themes - Travel - World/Europe
Subject:
Photoessays & Documentaries
Subject:
Collections, Catalogs, Exhibitions - General
Subject:
Paris (france)
Subject:
PHOTOGRAPHY / General
Subject:
Travel
Copyright:
Publication Date:
20071031
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
from 8 up to 17
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
192
Dimensions:
11.24x8.70x.85 in. 2.44 lbs.
Age Level:
from 13 up to 99

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"Synopsis" by , Between 1888 and 1927 Eug??ne Atget meticulously photographed Paris and its environments, capturing in thousands of photographs the city??'s parks, streets, and buildings as well as its diverse inhabitants. Christopher Rauschenberg spent a year in the late 90s revisiting and re-photographing many of Atget??'s locations. Paris Changing features seventy-four pairs of images beautifully reproduced in duotone. Each site is indicated on a map of the city, inviting readers to follow in the steps of Atget and Rauschenberg themselves. The book concludes with essays by Clark Worswick and Alison Nordstrom, an epilogue by Rosamond Bernier as well as a portfolio of other images of contemporary Paris by Rauschenberg.
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