Places to go, people to see

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Gestalten Verlag, 2001 - Photography - 384 pages
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The term "places to go, people to see" is commonly used to express that one is in a rush and on the run. In this sense of agility, Places to go, People to see by London-based creative shop Mother presents a diverse and extensive collection of genuinely fresh photographic work. Unlike homogenized magazine photography, the unstyled images in this compact book offer an unexpected and inspiring angle on contemporary photography, with emphasis on showcasing real-life places and people in a non-conventional way. All the images are by a new generation of international photographers that are not easily categorized, but who are destined to become household names.

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