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Picture Cape Town: Landmarks of a New Generation

Price: 6.00 GBP

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Author: Getty Conservation Institute Staff

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Size 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall

Publisher The Getty Conservation Institute 1996

ISBN Number 0892364440 / 9780892364442

Inventory No. 035063

In excellent, near fine condition. There is a very slight bump to the top corner of the back cover. Otherwise, clean, tight, unmarked; appears unread / unused - as new. What is a landmark? A place of history? An event? A notable structure? What should we preserve? Ten young photographers, aged between eleven and eighteen years, from diverse cultural, economic and religious backgrounds, take up these questions in a unique project aimed at getting young people to start thinking about conservation and about the meaning of cultural heritage. In the process they have produced some compelling images, some disturbing ones, and others which are intensely personal. As a whole, this visual narrative of an African city - proud, diverse and full of energy - prompts a reassessment of the notion that Cape Town is a bit of Europe which lost its way. 114pp.

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Picture Cape Town: Landmarks of a New Generation, Getty Conservation Institute Staff



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