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Chicagoland, Illusions of the Literal, is a black and white photographic dialogue with the people, places, and culture of contemporary Chicago. Steve Gubin spent six years (2008 to 2014) photographing the candid, ephemeral juxtapositions of people and places that occur daily on the streets of this major American city. Through his photographs, he isolates unique slices of time in which an untold story, a puzzling ambiguity, or a hidden significance may be revealed or pondered over. Chicagoland is both a historical record of Chicago in the early 21st century, and a tableau vivant of ambiguous urban stories. In his own unique style, but with slight echoes of William Klein, Yasuhiro Ishimoto, and Vivian Maier, Gubin presents the greater Chicago area as a black and white world of two-dimensional dreams, understood as much through feeling as through intellect.
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Book Description Cyanatic Images, 2014. Long Trade PB, photos. Condition: New. First Edition; First Printing. New. No notes, names or ANY markings. ; Oblong 8vo; 134 pages. Seller Inventory # 57902
Book Description Blurb, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M069229418X