Text by Luc Sante.
Farrar, Straus & Giroux, New York, 1992. 128 pp., 55 black-and-white photographs,, 7½x9".
"Arriving on the heels of Low Life, Luc Sante's acclaimed evocation of the underside of New York City's history, Evidence is an investigation into the mysteries of crime, death, and photography that only this incisive writer could conduct."--the publisher. The book contains 55 photographs taken as evidence, including images of startling, brutal, and sometimes spectral beauty. In his text, Sante examines these photographs in minute detail. This exceptional book makes historical, sociological, aesthestic and scientific statements all at once. It is an intriguing addition to the librairies of mystery lovers, scientists, and aficionados of the macabre.
This item is currently unavailable from photo-eye, however we have located copies for you to purchase immediately through Amazon Marketplace.
We will receive credit for these orders if you use
our ordering system. We will also receive credit for any other purchases you make while on Amazon's site.
Thank you for supporting photo-eye!